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ax Odd Medley of Literary Curiosities, 
original and selected : including Letters and 
Extracts from the MS. Writings of James 
Pierrepont Greaves : by Alist F. Barham, 
Editor of Collier's Eccl. Hist., etc., portrait, 
2 vols. 8vo. in one, cloth {scarce), 10s 6cl 1839, etc. 

An eccentric production : included are these pieces by the 
same author: Alist, an Autobiography ; or an Author's Life in 
the Nineteenth Century — The Adamns Exul of Grotius; or the 
Prototype of Paradise Lost; now tiist trans, from the Latin — 
Socrates, a Tragedy — The Alist or Djvine ; a Message to our 
Times, etc. 

A. B. C. (The), with tlie Catechism, 12mo. clean 
imc ut copy, stitched {just as issued from the 
printer's warehouse) : 

" This little Catechism learned 
by heart (for so it ought), 
The Primer next commanded is 
for children to be taught." 

7s6d Stationers' Co., 1757 

A'BECKETT (Gilbert Abbott) The Comic 
Blackstone, illustrated by George Cruik- 
SHANK, post Svo. new morocco gilt, 7s Od n. d. 


The Comic Blackstone, revised and ex- 
tended by A. W. A'Beckett, Barrister-at-Law, 

and numerous woodcuts by HARRY FURNISS, 
severely trouncing the Profession of the Author 
and Editor. 8vo. new half morocco gilt, uncut,, 
top edges gilt, with the original wrappers bound 
in, 15s 1887 

The same, handsomely bound in new bright 

calf extra, uncut, top edges gilt, 185 Od 

Comic History of Rome, Edition de 

Luxe, impl. Svo. red polished Levant morocco, 
top edges gilt, £3. 10c? n. d. 

A'BECKETT (Gilbert Abbott) Comic Hist- 
ories of England and Home (Edition de 
Luxe), in large type: the illustrations by Jon's 
Leech printed direct from the steel engravings 
and wood-blocks on Japanese paper, the 
former carefully HAND-COLOURED, 3 noble vols, 
medium imperial Svo. cloth, uncut, £3. 3s (1881) 

Another copy, morocco elegant, uncut, top 

edges gilt, £8. Ss 

Comic History of England, with 10 

coloured 'plates and ' 120 ivoodc ids by John Leech, 
early EDITION, 2 vols. Svo. cloth, uncut, scara , 
£3. 3s Punch Office, 1851-48 

Comic History of England, with 20 

COLOURED PLATES and200 woodcuts by J. LEECH ; 
thick Svo. clot/i^ gilt edges, Ss Gd n. d. 

The same, half morocco, gilt edges, Ids 6d 

Comic History of Rome, with 10 coloured 

PLATES and numerous woodcuts by JOHN Leech ; 
Svo. cloth, gilt edges, 0$ iid n. d. 
The same, half morocco, gilt edges, 12s 

ABBEY (Rev. C. J.) The English Church 
and its Bishops, 1700-1800, 2 vols. Svo. cloth, 
£1. 1S87 

ABEL A (II Coram. Fra G. P.) Descrittioxe 
di Malta, Isola nel Mare Siciliano ; con le sue 
Antichita, map and plates, small folio, fine copy 
in tree- marbled calf extra, gilt edges, with bullion- 
tagged marker, by Kcdthocber, rare (Mr. Beck- 
ford's copy), £2. 17s (5d 

Malta ; P. Bonacota, 1647 
The First Book Printed in Malta. Seiner, whose 
Latin translation was printed by Burman in his Thesaurus, 
asserted that even in his time the book had become extremely 
rare ; a fact confirmed by a copy selling in the Bibliotheca 
Westreniana for 85 florins. 


ABBOTT (Dr. E. A.) Bible Lessons, post 8vo. 
cloth, As 1879 

Through Nature to Christ, or the 

Ascent of Worship through Illusion to the Truth, 
Svo. cloth, As Gd (pub. 12s Gd) 1877 

and W. G. RUSHBROOKB, The 

& CO., 136, STRAND. 

Common Tradition of the Synoptic Gospels. 
in the text of the Revised Version, post 8vo. cloth, 
3s 1884 

ABOUT (Edmond) L'Homme h l'Oreille 
Cassee {a splendid illustrated edition in large 
type on thick paper) ; with 61 clever compositions 
by E. Courboin, impl. Svo. sewn, 10s Gd Paris, 1884 

ACERBI (J.) Travels through Sweden, Fin- 
land, and Lapland, to the North Cape, in 
1798-9, port., large map, and 15 plates of Views 
and Natural History, 2 vols. 4to. calf extra, 
135 Gd 1802 

ACHERLEY (Roger) The Britannic Con- 
stitution, or the Fundamental Form of Govern- 
ment in Great Britain, wherein is proved that the 
placing on the Throne of William III. was Con- 
stitutional, thick folio, LARGE paper, red morocco 
super-extra, gt. cd. (very fine copy), £2. 10s 1727 

ADAM (Mrne. Edmond) La Chanson des 
NOUVEAUX EPOUX, with fine portrait and 10 
large etchings, roy. 4to. sewn, in portfolio, £1. 

Paris, 1882 

ADAMS (C. P.) Notes on Railway Accidents, 
post 8vo. cloth, 35 1879 

ADAMS (Rev. W.) Sacred Allegories, new 
edition, portrait and view of Bonchurch, post Svo. 
antique mor., bevelled boards, gilt edges, 10s 1863 

ADAMS ( W. H. . Davenport) The Golden 
Book of English Song, crown Svo. cloth, As 1875 

— ; — Good Samaritans : Biographical Illustra- 
tions of the Law of Human Kindness, Svo. cloth, 
Is 6d 1883 

ADDISON (Right Hon. Joseph) Complete 
WORKS, in Prose and Verse ; with Notes by 
Bishop Hurd, new edition, with Additions, por- 
trait, 6 vols, post Svo. half calf gilt, £1. 12s 1883 

Another copy, calf extra, £2. 5s 

Essays, chosen and edited by the Rev. J. 

R. Green, portrait, 12mo. morocco extra, gilt 
edges, 10s Gd 1882 

ADOLPHUS (J.) History of England during 
the Reign of King George III., 7 thick vols. Svo. 
calf gilt, £2. 2s 1840-5 

The best history of this interesting period, comprising the 
fullest accounts of the American and Indian Wars, the French 
Revolution, etc. 


— — — Recollections of the Public Career and 
Private Life of, with Extracts from his Diaries, 
by his Daughter Emily Henderson, illustrated 

[most of them fine engravings) selected with taste, 
of Actresses and Actors, Men of Letters, and 
Public Characters, 8vo. new half olive morocco 
i ctra, uncut, top edges gilt, £2. 5s 1871 

E.) From the 
in a Dog -Cart, 
165) 1887 

Pyrenees to the Channel 
illustrated, Svo. cloth, 5s (pub. 
.ZESCHYLUS'S Agamemnon, and Euripides's 
Racchanals, translated into English Verse by 
Dean Milman, large cr. 8vo. cf gt., 10s Gd 1865 

Agamemnon, translated by the Earl of 

Carnarvon, post 8vo. cloth, 5s 1879 

AESOP'S Fables, and those of other eminent 
Mythologists, with Morals and Reflexions, by 
Sir Roger ^Estrange, frontispiece, folio, half 
morocco neat, top edges gilt, \5s Reprint of 1GG0 

The " Reflexions " introduced into this curious work furnish 
the author with continual opportunities of libelling his oppo- 
nents; and as Hallam says, he was a master of "slang." 

Fables, New Version, by T. James, with 

over 100 engravings from designs by Tenniel and 
Wolf, post Svo. calf, Is 1882 

Another copv, calf extra, gilt edges, Ss Gd 

AFFIANCED ONE (The), a Novel, 3 vols, 
crown 8vo. olive morocco extra, with Arms on 
sides, gilt edges, 10s 1832 

AIDS TO FAITH, a Series of Essays by Dean 
Mansel, Prof. Rawlinson, the Editor, etc., edited 
by Abp. Thomson, Svo. cloth, As Gd (pub. 9s) 1862 

AIKIN (Dr. J.) and Anna L^etitia Barbauld, 
Miscellaneous Pieces in Prose by, Svo. calf 
ailt 6s Gd 1792 

AINSLIE (H.) The Pilgrim and the Shrine, 
post 8vo. cloth, As 1884 

AINSWORTH (W. Harrison) Novels and 
Romances (large type library edition}, with the 
numerous original illustrations by G. Cruik- 
SHANK, "Phiz," J. Franklin, etc.,' 16 vols. Svo. 
new half calf gilt, £5. 105 — or, new half morocco 
gilt, £6. n. d. 

Tower of London, Star Chamber, Guy Fawkes, Miser's 
Daughter, Auriol, Jack Sheppard, Rookwood, Flitch of Bacon, 
Old St. Paul's, Lancashire Witches, Crichton, Mervyn Clitheroe, 
Spendthrift, Boscobel, Ovingdean Grange, Windsor Castle. 

Another Edition, with portrait and 

illustrations by G. Cruikshank, H. K. Broiunc, 
Sir J. Gilbert, etc., 30 vols, post Svo. half 
morocco gilt, £7. 15s 1879 

Cheap Edition, 26 vols. fcap. 8vo. in 13, 

half calf , £3. n. d. 

Auriol, or the Elixir of Life, plates by 

" Phiz," 8vo. half roan, Gs Gd n. d. 

Cardinal Pole, illustrated by F. Gilbert, 

crown 8vo. cloth, 3s 1880 

The Flitch of Bacon, illustrated by Sir J. 

Gilbert, Svo. cloth, As n. d. 

Guy Fawkes, illustrated by G. Cruikshank, 

Svo. cloth, 5s n. d. 

Jack Sheppard, illustrated by G. Cruik- 
shank, crown Svo. cloth, 3s 1879 

Ovingdean Grange, illustrated by "Phiz," 

Svo. cloth, As n. d. 

St. James's, illustrated by G. Cruikshank, 

crown Svo. cloth, 3s 1879 

Windsor Castle, illustrated by G. Cruik- 
shank and Tony Johannot, Svo. cloth, As u. d. 


AMICIS (E. de) Morocco : its People and 
Places, translated byC. RolKn-Tilton, with illust- 
rations, impl. Svo. cloth, Is (pub. €1. Is) n. d. 

ANDERSSON (C. J.) Lake Ngamij or Ex- 

plorano)!^ and Discoveries in the Wilde of S.-W. 
Africa, with <>>"/>, 16 lithographs by A. Wolf 
and <>th< /-.,, and JO woodcuts, royal 8vo. half calf 
gilt, 10y ba 1856 

ANDERSSON (C. J.) The Okovango Kiver : 

Travel, Exploration, and Adventure, numerous 

illustrations, Svo. new hf. cf. gt., 8s Gd (]>ul>. 

£1. Is unbound) 1861 

BAKER (Sir Samuel W.) Works on Africa 
etc. : — see under " Baker." 

BELLAIRS (Lady) The Transvaal War, 
1880-1, view of Pretoria, 8vo. cl., 5s (pub. 15s) 1885 


>oks on Africa, continued:— 

AINES (T., f.r.g.s.) Explorations in 
South-West Africa -. a Journey from Walvisch 
Bay to Lake Ngami and the Victoria Falls in 
1861-2. maps, mates, and woodcuts, thick Svo. 
doth, Ss Qd (pub. £1. 1*) 1S64 

ARTH (Dr.) Travels and Discoveries in 
North and Central Africa, 1849-55, maps, tinted 
plates and woodcuts, 5 large vols. Svo. cloth, 
£1. 15s (pub. £5. 5s) 1857-S 

Comprising Journey from Tripoli to Kouka : from Kouka to 
la, the Capital of Adumawa, and back to Kanen, accompany- 

a Slave-Hunting Expedition toMusgo; and his Journey to 
I Residence inBagirmo. Also a Journey from Kouka to 
nbuctoo, a Residence there and Journey back. 

RJJCE (James, of Kinnaird) Travels in 
Egypt, Nubia, Abyssinia, etc., to discover the 

Source of the Nile, with numerous fine engravings 
i.nd maps, 5 vols, royal -ito. sound russia neat, 
saffron edges, £1. 185 Edinburgh, 1790 

Travels and Adventures in Abyssinia 

md Nubia, 176S-1773, to Discover the Source of 
the Nile, edited by J. M. Clingan ; map and 
illustrations, square post Svo. calf gilt, Ss 1873 

" I have beer, reading Brkce's Travels. No words can 
>ress the pleasure they have given me. . . . The singular mixture 
romantic adventure and historical truth, etc. . . . Cried down 
so many years as a series of falsehoods, and then proved by 
. Clarke, and Mr. Salt, and half-a-dozen other travellers to be 
e, even in its most improbable details !" — Miss Mitford's Letter, 

CJRTON (Sir Richard) First Footsteps in 
East Africa, or an Exploration of Harar, with 
a, Vocabulary of the Language, coloured plates, 
thick Svo. half calf gilt, 12s 3d (pub. ISs) 1856 
A.MERON (Commander) Across Africa. 
with numerous full-page plates and. other wa 

. maps, etc., 2 vols. Svo. cloth, 12s Qd (pub. 
£1. 12*) 1877 

ROUDE (J. A.) Two Lectures on South 
Africa, at Edinburgh, thin Svo. cloth. 3s Qd 1SS0 
OOKER (Sir J. D.) and J. BALL, 
Journal of a Tour in Morocco and the Great 
Atlas, with a sketch of the Geology by G. Maw, 
folding front ispieee, map on linen and other plates, 
Svo. half calf gilt, Us (pub. £1. 1*) 1878 

AMES (P. L.) The Wild Tribes of the 
Soudan, with map and illustrations, post Svo. 

- 'If extra, by Riviere, 12s 1SS4 

IVINGSTONE (Dr.) Missionary Travels 
and Researches in South Africa, including 
his 16 years' Residence in the Interior, n 
portrait, and engravings, thick Svo. cloth, Is Qd 
(pub. £1. Is) 1857 

Smaller edition, with map and numerous 

engravings, post Svo. calf gilt, lis Qd ; or, calf 
extra, gilt edges, 13s 6d 1S75 
Expedition to the Zambesi and its Tribu- 
taries : and of the discovery of Lakes Shinva 
and Nyassa, IScS-GL map and numerous illust- 
rations, post Svo. calf gilt, Us Qd 1S75 
[ACKINNON (Rev. J.) South African 
Traits, Svo. cloth, 5s Qd (pub. Is Qd) 1SS7 
icQUEEN (J.) Geographical Survey of 
Africa, with Letter to Lord John Russell regarding 
the Slave Trade, and the Improvement of Africa, 
Svo. sprinkled calf extra, yellowedges, as good as 

. with LARGE FOLDED MAP t fn\ COSt 

(a fins specimen of the late F. Bedford's bind- 
ing), 12s Qd 1840 

MADAGASCAR :— DRURY (Robert) Advent- 
ures during Fifteen Years' Captivity in the 

Island of Madagascar, with description of the 
Island and a Vocabulary of the Language, etc. 
etc., revised edition, with plates, Svo. calf gilt 
[name on i 1S07 

MADAGASCAR, Three Visits to, by the 
Rev. W. Ellis, 1853-4-6, a Journey to the Capital, 
Notices ol the Natural History, People, etc., 
folding frontispieci <<n< ! other ulustratu 
cloth, 'is Qd (pub. 16*) 185S 

MADAGASCAR Revisited, describing the 
events of a New Reign and the Revolution which 
followed'; with 14 engravings, Svo. calf gilt, 
12s Qd 1867 

MADAGASCAR:— An Historical and Descript- 
ive Account of the Island and its former De- 
pendencies, by Captain S. Pasfield Oliver, 
with frontispieces and maps, 2 vols. Svo. cloth, 
£2. 2s lSSb" 

METHUEN (H. H.) Life in the Wilderness ; 
or Wanderings in South Africa (with entomolog- 
ical appendix i. 3 plates, post Svo. new half m 0\ 
extra, top edges gilt, 5s Qd 1S46 

MOLONEY (Alfred) Forestry of West 
Africa, crown Svo. cloth, 5s Qd (pub. 7s Qd) 


PARK (Mungo) Travels in the Interior of 
Africa, 10 illustrations; post Svo. calf gilt, Ss; 
or, calf extra, gUt edges, 9s Qd lSt>7 

PARKYNS (M.) Life in Abyssinia, Notes 
collected during three years' Residence, map 
illustration*, poa t Svo. calf gilt, lis Qd 1S6S 

RAE (E., f.r.g.s.). The Country of the Mo 
a Journey from Tripoli in Barbary to the City of 
Kairwan. with maps and etched illustrations by 
Leon Bicheton and the author, crown Svo. cloth, 
7s Qd (pub. 12s) 1S77 

SCHWEINFURTH (Dr. G.) The Heart of 
Africa, Three Years' Travels in Unexplored 
Regions, 1S6S-71. with Introduction by Winwood 
Reade. maps and wood-eng . 2 vols. Svo. 

half calf gilt [nearly new), £1. 2 1874 

SHOOTER 'Rev. Joseph) The Kafii: 
Natal and the Zulu Country, tinted plates, Svo. 
cloth. Is Qd 1857 

SPEKE (Capt, J. H.i Journal of the Discovery 
of the Source of the Nile, with 'llust- 

rations by Capt. Grant, map, and full-length 


cloth, 8s (pub. £1. Is) 1S64 

THEAL (G. McAll) Kaffir Folk-Lore. 

Svo. cloth, 5s 
THOMPSON (G.) Travels and Adventures 
in South Africa, with large map, plans, and 
numerous plates of the ( lony, Jfo 

Zulus, etc., 4to. half calf gtl 9,7 1823 

VALDEZ (Francisco T.) Six Years of a 

Traveller's Life in Western Africa, with 
■numerous illustrations, 2 vols. Bvo. in one. 
calf gilt, Ss Qd (pub. £1. 10s) 1S61 

Journal of a Visit to Ethiopia, m 

•y illustrations, -ito. cloth, 5s 1822 

ITKIN (Rev. W. H. M. Hay) God's Ever- 
lasting Yea, crown Svo. cloth, 3s n. d. 

AKEMPIS (Thomas) De 
Christi, crown Svo. cloth, Is 


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A'KEMPIS (Thomas) The Imitation of 
Christ, printed within red borders, with illumin- 
ated titles, and ornamented capitals, square Svo. 
morocco critique, edges gilt over red, £1. 16s 

Oxford, n. d. 
Illustrated Edition, printed within red 

borders, and illustrated by beautiful photographs 
after the Great Masters ; thick crown 4to. morocco, 
gilt edges, £1. 18s n. d. 

Another Edition, printed within red borders, 

12nio. calf antique, carmine edges, 9s 6d — or, 
morocco, gilt edges, lis n. d. 

The same, polished morocco extra, gilt over 

red edges, £1. Is n. d. 

Parker's Edition, with red line round each 

page, fcap Svo. polished morocco, edges gilt over 
red, 18s n. d. 

Parchment Library EprnoN, frontis- 

piece, fcap. Svo. morocco, top edges gilt, 12s 6d n. d, 

Another edition, 12mo. limp calf, gilt edges, 

10s n. d. 

and the Brothers of Common Life, by 

the Rev. S. Kettlewell, portraits, 2 vols. Svo, 
cloth, 7s 6d (pub. £1. 10s) 1882 

AKERMAN (J. Y., f.s.a.) Archaeological 
Index to Remains of Antiquity of the Celtic, 
Romano-British, and Anglo-Saxon Periods, 19 
plates, containing many hundred figures, and 
woodcuts, Svo. cloth, 9s 6cl (pub. 16s) 1847 

ALAMANNI (Luigi) Gyrone il Cortese, in 

Ottava Rima, the title surroitnded by woodcut 

borders, 4to. beautiful copy in blue morocco extra, 

edges gilt over red, byC Lewis, £7. 10s Parigi, 1548 

From the Hamilton Palace Collection. " Bonne 

Edition, qui a e"te imprimee sous les yeux de Fauteur." — Brunei. 

A copv of this work sold at Sotheby's for ^ J 68 in 1884. 

ALBEMARLE (George Thomas Earl of) 
Narrative of a Journey across the Balcan, 
also a Visit to Azani and other Ruins in Asia 
Minor in 1829-30 (when Major Keppel), coloured 
frontispiece, maps and other plates, 2 vols. Svo. 
new half ca If gilt, 1 0s 6d 1 83 1 

Fifty Years of my Life, engraved front- 
ispiece and pedigree, 2 vols. Svo. hedf calf gilt, 
12s 6d 1876 

Life of, by Sir Theodore Martin, k.c.b., with 
'portraits and views, 5 vols. Svo. morocco, gilt 
edges, £4. 10s 1875-80 


The same, 5 vols, imperial Svo. Large and 

FINE Paper, with fine impressions of most of the 
portraits and views on India Paper ; cloth, uncut, 
top edges gilt, £30. 1875-80 

It is believed that the above copy is the only one on large 
paper that has ever occurred for sale, as a very few such copies 
were executed for presentation only in quarters whence it is 
very unlikely that they will ever emerge for sale. Apart, how- 
ever, from its rarity, its handsome character makes it well 
worthy of the collector's notice. 

EARLY Years of, compiled under the 

direction of her Majesty the Queen by Lieut. - 

Genera] the Hon. C. Grey, 2 beautifully engraved 

portraits, thick Svo. calf gilt, 12s 6d 1868 

many interesting particulars of the Prince's early 

Life, including his Journals, etc. It was intended as a Preface 

to Sir Th. Martin's Life of the Prince Consort. 

Early Homes of, by Alfred Kimmer, 

illustrated, large Svo. cloth, 13s 1883 

ALBERT (P.) La Litterature Francaise au 
Dix-neuvieme Siecle, 12mb. half morocco, 5s 

Paris, 1882 

ALFIERI (Vittorio) Tragedies complete, in- 
cluding his posthumous works, edited hy E. A. 
Bowring, 2 vols, post Svo. calf extra, 15s 1876 

ALBINOVANI (C. P.) Elegms III et Frag- 
menta ; cum Interpretatione et Notis Scaligeri, 
Lindenbruchii, Heinsii, Goralli et aliorum, front. 
and /wads, sm. Svo. olive morocco extra, gilt edges, 
by PADELOUP (Mr. Beckford's copy, formerly 
Bamoignon's), £1. 15s Amst., 1703 

ALCOCK (Sir Rutherford) The Capital of 
the Tycoon : a three years' residence in Japan, 
with maps and numerous chromolithographs and 
woodcuts, 2 vols. Svo. cloth, 15s (pub. £2. 2s) 1863 

Art and Art Industry in Japan, illust- 
rated, post Svo. cloth, Qs (pub. 15s) 1878 

ALEXANDER (W., Bishop of Berry) Bampton 
Lectures on the Witness of the Psalms to 
Christ and Christianity, Svo. cloth, 4s 1877 

The same, second and best edition, Svo. 

cloth, 8s (pub. 14s) 1878 

ALFORD (Dean) Poetical Works, with 
beautiful woodcut frontispiece after W. Dyce, 
R.A., 2 vols, post Svo. cloth, lis M 1845 

Chapters on the Poets of Ancient 

Greece, frontispiece, Svo. cloth {scarce), £1. Is 


Essays and Addresses, chiefly on Church 

Subjects, Svo. cloth, Ss6d 1869 

ALPORD (Lady Marian) Needlework as 
Art ; being an Historical Account of Design, 
Stitches, Materials, Colour, Dress, Ecclesiastical 
and English Embroidery, etc., with 85 plates 
(mostly in photogravure), and 29 woodcuts, thick 
roval Svo. white cloth gilt, gilt edges, in case, 
£L 5s (sells £2. 2s) 1886 

The same, a Large Paper copy, printed 

on thick paper, royal 4to. white vellum extra, 
top edges gilt {a very handsome gift-book), £3. 10s 

ALGAROTTI (Count) Essay on Painting ; 
translated from the Italian (dedicated to the 
Society of Arts), 12mo. calf neat, 5s 1764 

ALGER (W. R.) Critical Histoiy of the 
Doctrine of a Future Life, with complete 
Bibliography by E. Abbot, thick Svo. cloth, 6s 
(pub. 18s) Boston, Mass., 1880 

ALICE (H.R.H. the Princess) Letters to 
her Majesty the Queen, new edition, with 
Memoir by the Princess Christian, portrait, post 
Svo. parchment, 6s 1885 

ALISON (Sir Archibald) History of Europe, 
from the beginning of the French Revolution ; 

with numerous fine portraits, 23 vols. Svo. and 
the Atlas of Maps and Plans, oblong 4to. cloth, 
£9. (pub. £20.) 1860 

The same, new half calf gilt, £12. 12s 

A set, without the Atlas, 23 vols. Svo. bright 

calf extra, nearly new, £10. 15s 

Another copy, new calf gilt, £15.; or, new 

tree-calf extra by Puviere, £16. 16s 

Cabinet Edition, without Atlas, 21 vols. 

post 8vo. half cedf gilt, £6. 6s 1853 

History of Europe during the French 

Revolution, 1789-1815, 10 vols. 8vo. half calf 
gilt, nice set, £2. 2s 1839-42 

History of Europe, from the beginning 

of the French Revolution, 1789 to 1815, with 
numerous portraits, fine library edition, LARGE 
paper, 14 thick vols, royal 8vo. tree-calf gilt, a 
very fine set, £10. 10s 1849-50 

Only a few copies of this fine edition were printed on 
large paper as above, and sold at 23 guineas each unbound. 

History of Europe, the continuation from 

the fall of the great Napoleon in 1815 to the 
Accession of Louis Napoleon in 1852, library 
edition, 9 vols. Svo. and ATLAS in oblong 4to. 
cloth (cheap), £3. 3s 1852 


ALISON (Sir Archibald) Essays : Political, 
Historical, and Miscellaneous, 3 thick vols. 8vo. 
cloth, uncut, 10s 6^/ (pub. £2. 5s) 1801 

■ The same, calf gilt, £1. 5s 

Lives of Lord Castlereagh and Sir 

Charles Stewart, Second and Third Mar- 
QUESSES of LONDONDERRY, with Annals of Con- 
temporary Events, 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, 10s Ocl (pub. 
£2. 2s) 1850 

Life of John Duke of Marlboroi tgr, 

with portrait, map, and plans of battles, etc., 
2 vols. 8vo cloth, 12* (pub. £1. 10a : ) 1855 

ALLAN (J. H.) Pictorial Tour in the Mepi- 
TERRANEAN, with 40 lithographic plates and 
numerous woodcuts, folio, cloth, 8* Od (pub. 
£3. 35) 1S45 

ALLIBONE (S. A.) Great Authors of all 
Ages, royal 8vo. cloth, 16s 1880 

ETC. : 

ALPS, The Pioneers of the : A Collection of 
Portraits of some of the leading Guides in the 
three great Mountaineering Districts in the Alps, 
Zermatt, Grindelwaldj and Chamonix, by C. D. 
Cunningham and Captain Abney, r.e.^ f.r.s., 
4to. cloth, £1. lis Od 1887 

A Large Paper Copy, on hand-made 

paper, with earliest i^roovcs of the photogravures on 
India Paper (only 50 copies printed), £3. 3s 

I. Introduction. 

II. The Growth and Develop- 
ment ok Mountaineering. 
The portraits are in Photogravure, from the original plates 
taken by Captain Abney, and each is accompanied by a Bio- 
graphical Sketch. 

Amongst the contributors are G. S. Barnes, H. Cockburn, 
W. M. Conway, the Rev. W. A. B. Coolidge, W. E. Davidson, 
C. T. Dent, James Eccles, G. E. Foster, D. W. Freshrield, 
F. Gardiner," the Rev. W. S. Green, J. Walker Hartley, 
H. Seymour Hoare, T. S. Kennedy, J. O. Maund, C. E. 
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BANCROFT (Hon. G.) History of the United 
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BANCROFT (Hubert Howe), Works of, 
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3LORE (E.) Monumental Remains of Noble 
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CHAMBERS iSir W.) Treatise on the Decor- 
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CLERISSEAU(C) Antiquites de la France : 
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CONEY (J.) Ancient Cathedrals, Hotels de 
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CORNER (Sidney) Rural Churches, their 
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COTMAN (J. S.) Architectural Antiquities 
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Liber Studiorum, a Series of 4S Studies 

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CUITT (Gr. ) Wanderings among the Ruins of 

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CUBITT (J.) Church Designs for Congrega- 
tions, with U) plates, Svo. cloth, 5s Qd 1870 

DALLAWAY (Rev. J.) Discourses upon 
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.Era to the Reign of Elizabeth, with Notes and 
Account of Master and Free Masons, royal 8vo. 
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DECLOUX et DOURY (MM., Architccte ct 
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OURS, folio, hf. mor., toped, gt., £2. 2s Pam,1865 

DENTON (J. B.) Farm Homesteads of Eng- 
land ; Plans of such in different parts of the 
Country, in about 70 plates, with copious Descrip- 
tions, impl. 4to. cloth, £1. 55 1864 

DONALDSON (T. L.) Handbook of Specific- 
ations ; or practical Guide to the Architect, 
Engineer, Surveyor, and Builder : Avith the Law 
of Contracts hy W. C. Glen, numerous plates and 
plans, 2 thick vols. Svo. cl., £1. 15s (pub. £4.) (1859) 

EASTLAKE (C. L.) History of the Gothic 
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wood of many of the most important works of the 
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ECCLESIOLOGY:— Illustrations of Monu- 
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siological] Society, 55 illustrations, with De- 
scriptions by the late Mr. Beresford Hope and 
others, royal 4to. half calf, £2. 2s Cambridge, 1846 

FERGUSSON (James) History of Archi- 
tecture in all Countries and from the Earliest 
Times (including the INDIAN and MODERN 
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History of Architecture in all Countries, 

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History of the Modern Styles of Archi- 
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History of Indian and Eastern Archi- 
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bound, £1. 15s 1876 
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its Remains, with plan and ivoodcuts, 4to. cloth, 
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POSSATI (Chevalier) Aya Sofia, as restored 
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ORIGINAL DRAWINGS, 'mounted on cardboard, 
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Colnagln, 1852 

This exceedingly fine work, gives the only worthy and satis- 
factory delineation of the present condition of Justinian's 
glorious church, and may, if recent accounts he true, ere long be 
the only pictorial record left when it shall have finally suc- 
cumbed to the eilccts of ever-hastening decay. 


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FOERSTER (Ernst) Monuments of German 
Architecture, Sculpture, and Painting, 
from the Introduction of Christianity to the 
present Time [Denkmiile Deutscher Baukunst, 
Bildnerei und Malerei etc.] : 600 splendid 
plates engraved ON steel {with German 
letterpress, there being no English translation), 
12 vols, royal folio, strongly bound in half cloth, 
£14. 14s (pub. £45.) Leipzig, 1855-69 

The above is a large and fine paper copy of this interesting 
and valuable work : very few copies were struck off in this state. 
The plates of Buildings are rendered more useful by Ground- 
plans, Sections, Details, Ornaments, etc. All the plates are 
engraved in the finest manner on Steel. But few copies now 
remain for sale, and the price has already been raised by the 

GLOSSARY of Terms used in Grecian, Roman, 
Italian and Gothic Architecture (hy the late 
John Henry Parker, c.b.), with 1700 most 
beautiful ivoodcuts by Orlando Jewitt ; fifth 
and best EDITION, 3 vols. 8vo. half 'red morocco 
extra, gilt edges, nearly neio (scarce), £3. 15s 

Oxford, 1850 

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GOODWIN (P.) Domestic Architecture : 
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dences, with Observations on the appropriate 
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GUERNERIUS (J. P.) Delineatio Montis 
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tions in Latin, Ltcdian, French, and German, 
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book-plate), 15s Qd Cassellis, 1706 

GWILT (J.) Notitia Architectonica 
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HALFPENNY (W.) Magnum in Parvo; or, 
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4to. hcdf bound, very scarce, not in Lowndes, 
8s Qd 1728 

HALL (Sir J.) Essay on the Origin, History, and 
Principles of Gothic Architecture ; second 
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[HARTSHORNE (Rev. C. H.)] Illustra- 
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Castles, Warkworth Hermitage, Alnwick and 
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This valuable work contains the Pedigree of the Earls and 
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HEMMING (S.) Designs for Villas, Parson 
AGES, and other Houses varying in cost of 
erection from £200 to £5000, with Plans, Eleva- 
tions, Perspectives, and Specifications, 4to. half 
bound, 10s Qd n, d. 


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lOBBS'S Architecture. wmtairiingDesigns and 
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to the United States, with rol< riticism, 

and Introduction, by J. H. Hobbs and Son, 
Architect?, 122 engravings, royal 8vo. cloth, 6s 6d 

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NWOOD (H. W.,-4r«A«fec«)TheERECHTHEiON 
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new EDITION, containing 112 beautiful 

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•ations of all ages and notions, with full 

descriptions, folio, cloth, gilt edges, £2. 10s (pub. 

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Designs for Mosaic and Tesselated 

Pavements ; with an Essay on their Materials 
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LESSING (Otto, Sculptor) Abchitect 

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LONGMAN (W.) History of the Three 
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MILIZIA (Fr.) Memorie degli Architetti 
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Pal ma. delta Stamperia Reale, 17S1 

MITCHELL iT.) Rudimentary Manual of 

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NARJOUX (P.) Notes and Sketches of an 
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NASH (Joseph) Series of ViEWs illustrative of 
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THE OLDEN TIME >-see under English 
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NEALE (J. P.) Views of Collegiate and 
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highly finished engravings byhE Keux. fine im- 
pressions, with Descriptions, 2 vols, royal Svo. 
cloth [nice fresh copy), 15.* l^-_!4-."> 

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NESPIELD (W. B.) Specimens of Medleval 
Architecture, selected from the best Examples 
of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries in 
France and Italy, 100 large and elaborate plates, 
with descriptions, inipl. folio, half bound, orna- 
mental boards, 14s (pub. £4.) n. d. 

NORM AND (A.) ^'Architecture des 
NATIONS ETRANGERES ; Etude sur les principales 
Constructions du Pare a l'Exposition Universelle 
(1S67) ; 73 fine plates, some in tints, royal folio, 
half morocco gilt, £1. 15s Paris, 1870 

PALEY (P. A., Greek Critic) Illustrations of 
Baptismal Fonts, with Descriptions, with 128 
beautiful woodcuts by Orlando Jewitt, etc., 
Svo. half morocco, top edges gilt, £1. Is 

Van Voorst, 1844 
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PEACOCK (E., f.s.a.) English Church 
Furniture, Ornaments, and Decorations, at the 
period of the Reformation, as exhibited in a list 
of the goods destroyed in certain Lincolnshire 
Churches, a.d. 1566, with facsimile of mured 
painting, Svo. cloth, 14s 1866 

PFNOR (R.) Monographic du Palais de 


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PUGIN (Augustus and A. W. N.) 
Examples of Gothic Architecture from 
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Plans, Elevations, Sections, and Parts at large ; 
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Willson, 2 vols. 4to. cloth, £1. 15s 1831-6 

PUG-IN (Augustus Welby Northmore) 
Apology for the Kevival of Christian Archi- 
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by the Author, 4to. cloth, 7s 6rf 1S43 

Floriated Ornament, 31 beautiful plates 

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Glossary of Ecclesiastical Ornament 

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gold and colours, and many fine woodcuts, from 

his masterly designs, third edition, enlarged and 
revised by the Rev. B. Smith, royal 4to. half 
morocco, top edges gilt, £4. 18s Qd 1868 

PUTTRICH'S Monuments of Medleval 
Architecture in Saxony ; Denkmaler der Bau- 
kunst des Mittelalters in Sachsen, with nearly 400 
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folio, new half morocco extra, top edges gilt, 
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One of the most splendid and elaborate archaeological works 
which the Leipsic press has produced. The Saxon States abound 
in tine specimens of German Gothic, so interesting to the 
English Antiquary and Architect. 

QUINCY (Quatremere de) Histoire de la 
\'ii. y\ <!<■> OUVRAGES de plus Celehres ARCHI- 
i BCTES du Xle. Siecle jusqu'a la fin du XVIIIe., 
2 vol-, roy. Svo. ///. morocco, top edges gilt, £1. \s 

Paris, 1830 

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RAWLINSON (R.) Designs for Factory, Fur- 
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RICHARDSON(J.)The Englishman's House, 
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ROBINSON (P. F.) Designs for Cottages, 
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RUSKIN (J.) Works on Architecture etc. :— 
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SANDERS (W. B.) Examples of Carved Oak 
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SCHWBNKB (P.) Designs for Decorative 
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Berlin : royal folio, half bound, top edges gilt, 
£3 3s 1882 

SCOTT (Sir Gilbert) Remarks on Secular and 
Domestic Architecture, present and future, 
vignette, Svo. cloth, Is 1857 

Gleanings from Westminster Abbey, 

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T. Hugo, J. H. Parker, Prof. Willis and others, 
numerous fine steel plates and woodcuts by 
Orlando Jewitt, enlarged edition, Svo. cloth, 
9s (pub. 15s) Oxford, 1863 

SHARPB (Edmund, f.s.a.) Visit to the Domed 
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Association of London in 1S75 (published as a 
Memorial of the Author), 60 photo-lithographs, 
with Historical and Descriptive Text, 4to. morocco 
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SHAW (H., f.s.a.), Works by :— see under 

SHAW (R. Norman, r.a.) Architectural 
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This fine work exhibits accurate Views and Details of 
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from the finest Italian Manuscripts of the i$th and 16th cen- 
turies. It was produced under the direct superintendence of 
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and Decorations, and Illuminated Ornaments of the Middle 
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Henry Shaw, k.s.a. 

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New Edition, 4to. cloth extra, gilt edges, 

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NEW TESTAMENT, Revised Version, large 
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NEW TESTAMENT, the First printed 
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lated from the Greek, by William Tyndale, 
reproduced in facsimile, with Introduction by 
Francis Fry, thick post Svo. fclarft letter, cloth, 
wholly uncut, in case (scarce), £5. 15s Bristol, 1862 

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NEW TESTAMENT, Genevan Version, 
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calf [a very scarce edition), £1. Is 12. Barker, 1610 

HOLY BIBLE, Third Part of the (after some 
division), containing five excellent books (Job to 
Solomon's Song), narrow 32mo. nicely bound in 
morocco super-extra, gilt edges, 15s QdJEdinb., 1642 

Rible, shewing from the Holy Scriptures the 
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8vo. half bound, 4s 1862 

HOLY BIBLE, The Pulpit Commentary on 

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ACTS of the Apostles, by Bp. Lord A. Hervey, 

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Editions of the Holy Bible, Commentaries, Etc., continued :~ 

LIGHTFOOT (Bishop) St. Paul's Epistle 
to the GALATIANS, 8vo. calf antique, red edges, 
15* 1873 

St. Paul's Epistles to the Colossians 

COMMENTARY upon the Holy P»ible, from 
Henry and Scott, severed maps arm' useful 
tables, 6 vols. cr. Svo. hf cf. gt. . 6s 6d R. T. S., 1831 

COMMENTARY on the Holy Bible, with 
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16s S. P. C. K., 1880 

DEVOTIONAL Commentary on the Gospel 
Narrative, by the Rev. Isaac Williams, S vo\s. 
post Svo. cf. antique, reded. [nearly new), £2.2s 1S76 

JOB (Book of), Commentary on the, with 
General Introduction to the Poetical Books, by 
J. P. LANGE, translated and edited by P. Schari', 
royal svo. cloth, Is (pub. £1. Is) Edinburgh {l^'ii 

PSALMS (Book of), with Explanatory and 
Critical Commentary" by Dean Johnson and 
Canons Elliott and Cook, row Svo. el., Ss 18S7 

PSALMS (Book of), translated by Canon 
Cheyne [Parchment Library Edition), leap. Svo. 
parchment, 5s 1883 

The same, polished morocco, gilt edges, \\s ; 

or. morocco extra, gilt edges, 12s 

PSALMS (Book of), New Translation by 
Dean Perowne. with Introductions and Notes, 
explanatory and critical. 2 vols. Svo. cl., £lAs 1878 

Another copy, calf gilt, £2. 

PSEAUMES de David : traduction nouvelle 
selon l'Hebreu, with plate and 2 vignettes on 
copper, 12mo. old Pre ink red morocco gilt, gilt 
edges, with bookplates of Bibliotheca Lamoni- 
ana and of Bp. Shute Barrington {nice copy), 
£1. 5s Paris, P. Ic Petit, 1665 

COMMENTARY on the Psalms, by Bishop 

Horne, in which their Literal and Historical 

Sense, and their application to Messiah and the 

Church, is shown, portrait, royal Svo. calf gilt 

5s tid I860 

GOSPELS (The Gothic and Anglo-Sanon), in 
parallel columns ; with the Versions of Wycliffe 
and T yndale ; arranged, with Preface and Notes, 
by the Key. J. Bosworth and G. Waring, fac- 
similes of the Codex Argenieus and other JISS., 
Svo. cloth, ISs 6d 1865 

With the photo-portrait bookplate of the late W. J. Thoms. 

ALPORD (Dean) : The Mtew Testament for 
English Headers : vol. 1. St. Matthew to Acts. 
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BOYD-CARPENTER (Bp.) :-The Sermon 
ON THE MOUNT, illustrated, with Introduction, 
folio, cloth, gilt edges, Ss 6d (18S6) 

DAVIDSON (Dr. Samuel) Introduction to 
the Study of the New Testament, Critical, 
Exegetical, and Theological, 2 vols. Svo. cloth, 
12, U'/. pub. £1. 10s) 1868 

E3LLICOTT (Bp.) Critical and Grammatical 
Commentary on St. Paul's First Epistle to 
the Corinthians, Svo. new cloth, 12s 6d 1887 

on St. Paul's Epi.-tle to the Ephesians ; 

fifth edition (with the Greek Text and revised 
Translations) with the English Text written in top 
margin), Svo. cloth, 4s 6d 1884 

on St. Paul's Epi-tles to the Thess- 

alonians, Svo. cloth, 6s 1SS0 

liANGE (Dr. J. P.) Theological and Homi- 
letical Commentary on the Gospels, and Acts 
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Mini>ters and Students, 9 vols. Svo. cloth, £2. 10s 
(pub. £4. 14s Qd) Edinburgh, Clark, 1S74-9 

-JAS (Rev. J. J.) The First Epistle of St. 
JOHN, crown Svo. cloth. 3s Od 1SS7 

USTGUS iDr. J.) Bible Hand-book. 12mo. 
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BENGELII (J. A. ) Gnomon Noyi Testamenti, 
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BLOOMPIELD (Rev. S. T.) Recensio 
Synoptica Annotationis Sacr.e; a Digest 
and Synoptical Arrangement of the most import- 
ant annotations on the New Testament, 8 vols. Svo. 
If. calf (CHEAP SET), 16s ; or, cf. gilt, £1. os 1S26-S 
" One of the most important works in Sacred Literature 

which has been offered to the attention of Biblical students tor 

main years." — Horne. 

ENGLISHMAN'S Greek Concordance of 
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between the Greek and the English Texts ; in- 
cluding a Concordance to the Proper Names ; 
with Indexes, Greek-English and English-Greek, 
roy. Svo. (pp. 1034), white cl. gt., 13sBagster, 1870 

GRES WELL (Rev. E.) Harmonia Evan- 
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is 6el Oxo)i ii, 1855 

HAMMOND (Dr. H.) Paraphrase and Anno- 
tations upon all the Books of the New Testa- 
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thereof, new edition, 4 vols. Svo. calf gilt, 
£1. Is Oxford University Press, 1845 

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HORNE i Rev. T. Hartwell) Introduction 
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facsimiles of Bibliccd 31 SS. and maps, 4 vols. 
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MAUNDER (S.) Treasury of Bible Know- 
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PICK (Prof. Aaron) Bible Student's Con- 
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enabled readily to ascertain the literal meaning of 
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STACKHOUSE (Rev. T.) New History of 
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World to the Establishment of Christianity, with 
a connexion of Profane History all along, etc. 
etc., numerous large engravings, enlarged edition, 
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BIBLE PRINTS :— Histori&rum Memorafoilinm 
ex Genesi, Exodo, sequentibusque libris descriptio, 
per Gul. PARADINUM et Gul.Borluyt, 110 wood- 
cuts, with accompanying verses ; also at the end, a 
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mounted and inserted, in one vol. 12mo. sprinkled 
calf gilt, nearly new {an attractive volume), 
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Bida's Etchings illustrative of the Book of 

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(pub. £2.) Paris, 1876 

BIBLE PRINTS :— Human/e Salutis atque 
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toribus B. A. Montano et L. H. Andernaco ; 
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page-plates of Scenes from Sacred History 
and Portraits of the Patriarchs, etc. from 
Abel to Judas Maccabceus, with Odes, Poems, etc., 
in 1 vol. post Svo. old calf, RARE, £1. 4s 

Antverpiai, ex Off. Plantini, 1577 
As it is impossible to collate this book, it is marked at a 

low price and sold with all faults. 

For other works of Biblical reference see under 
Dictionaries, post. 


ALLIBONE (S. A.) Critical Dictionary of 
English Literature, andBritish and American 
Authors, living and deceased, containing over 
46,000 articles, with Forty Indexes of Subjects, 
3 large vols. impl. Svo. cl', £3. 3s Philad., 1882 

The same, new half ' russia extra, £4. 106? 

Contains a succinct biography of each author of note, with 
a list of his works, and the judgment of competent authorities 
upon them. The Index of Subjects is very copious, and the 
inquirer can rind at a glance all the authors of any note, 
arranged under the subject or subjects upon which they have 
written. Indispensable to all literary men. 

ANDERSON (Christopher) Annals of the 
English Bible, port, of Tyndcde, 2 vols. 8vo. 
hf. calf ; also The Introduction of the English 
Bible and its Consequences (pamphlet), Svo. 
sewn ; £1. 5s Pickerinq, 1845-9 

ANDERSON (J. P., Brit. Mus.) Book of 
British Topography ; a classified Catalogue 
of the Topographical Works in the British 
Museum relating to the United Kingdom, 4to. 
large paper, interleaved and bound in 2 vols. 
half morocco neat, £2. 5s 1881 

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for additions, whereof a large number has already been added in 
a neat hand. 

BARBIER (Ant. -Alex.) Dictionnaire des 
Ouvrages Anonymes, 3me. edition, 4 vols, 
roval Svo. half morocco, £3. Paris, 1882 

BERJEAU (J. Ph.) The Book-Worm ; an illus- 
trated Literary and Bibliographical Review, com- 
plete from its beginning in January, 1866, to 
December, 1870 (all published), extensively illus- 
trated with facsimiles from old Books in various 
Tongues, 5 vols. impl. Svo., vol. 1 in cloth, uncut, 
the rest sewn, £4. 15s 1866-70 

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Essai Bibliographique sur le SPECULUM 

Humane Salvationis, indiquant le Passage 
de la Xylographie a la Typographic, with 2 fac- 
simile hurts, 4to. boards, 6s Qd (pub. 10s 6d) 1862 

Some Account of the Blue Coat Hospital and 
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tut, in 1 vol. post Svo., from the Beck- 
ford Collection, \0sQclLond. and Mane., 1830-1 

BIBLIOGRAPHIE des Ouvrages relatifs a 
l' Amour, aux Femmes, au Makiage, et des 

] ivies facetieux, pantagru cliques, scatologiques, 
satyriques, etc., contenant les titres ddtaillcs, les 
Auteurs, un apercu de leur sujet, leur prix dans 
Les ventes, etc.; par le C. d'I . . . ., 3me 
Edition, consid emblement augmented, 6 vols, post 
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Gazette Illustree des Ajviateurs de 
Livres, d'Estampes, et de haute Curiosite, 
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of bibliographers and bibliophiles, and beautiful 
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nos. 2, 3, and 4 of Vol. V., 4to. vols. 1-3 in cloth, 
the rest sewn {a sumptuous and valuable work), 
£4. 55 Paris, 1868-70 

descriptive Catalogue of the General and Pro- 
fessional Library of F. C. Brightly, Esq., of 
German town, Pa., with Critical Notices and two 
indices, imperial Svo. cloth, uncut {only 50 copies 
privately printed), £1. Philadelphia, 1885 

of Books about Tobacco, with a Catalogue of 
Objects connected with the use of Tobacco in all 
its forms, collected by W. Bragge, F.S.A. , 
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Birmingham, 1880 

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BLADES (W., Typograph) The Enemies of 
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BODLEIAN LIBRARY :— Catalogus Lib- 
rorum Impressorum Bibliothecje BODLEIAN.E, 
in Academia Oxoniensi, vignettes on titles, 4 thick 
vols, folio, cloth, £2. 12s (pub. £8.) 

Oxonii, 1843-50 
A very limited number of this extensive and ably-compiled 

catalogue of one of the richest collections of Printed Books in 

the world was printed. 

Calendar of the Charters and Rolls 

therein, ed. by W. H. Turner and the Rev. H. O. 
Coxe, thick Svo. cloth, 15s 6d (pub. £1. lis Qd) 

Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1878 
Calendar of the Clarendon State 

Papers, 1600-57, there preserved, edited bv the 
Rev. O. Ogle, W. H. Bliss, and the Rev. H. O. 
Coxe, 3 vols. Svo. cloth, £1. IsQd 

ibidem, 1872-69-76 

BOOK-LORE ; a Magazine devoted to Old Time 
Literature, complete from its beginning in De- 
cember, 1884, to May, 1887, 5 vols. 4to. roxburr/he, 
mind, £1. 3s 6d 1885-7 

BOTPIELD (Beriah, m.p.) Notes on the 
Cathedral Libraries of England [with those 
of the Collegiate Chapters of Westminster and 
Windsor, and the Archiepiscopal Library at 
Lambeth Palace ; with Lists of the principal 
works], royal 8vo. cloth, uncut (scarce and 
CHEAP), £1. 12s 6d Pickering, 184£ 

Another copy, half calf, £1. 10s 



Bibliographical Works, continued:— 

BOTFIELD (Beriah, m.p.) Prefaces to the 


[and Dictionaries, Lexicons, and Grammars], and 
of the Sacred Scriptures, 4to. (pp. 156), roxburghe, 
uncut, top edges gilt, £1. Is (pub. £4. 4s) 1861 

"A most important contribution to Literature and to 
Bibliography. Mr. Botrield's Introduction of 76 pages, written 
in English, conveys to the reader the clearest notion of the 
History and Uncertainty of the Early Manuscript Literature, 
and its transition to the relatively speaking much more critical 
and certain Printed Literature. 

BOUCHOT (H. BibliothUque Nationale, Paris) 
The Printed Book, its History, Illustration, 
and Adornment, from the days of Gutenberg to 
the Present Time, trans, and enlarged by E. C. 
BlGMORE, with 118 illustrations of facsimiles of 
Early Typography, Printers' Marks, copies of 
Book Illustrations, and specimens of Bindings of 
all Ages, cr. Svo. cl. gt., top ed. gt., 6s 6d 1887 
Books printed in England, Scotland, and Ire- 
land, and of Books in English printed abroad, 
TO THE YEAR 1640, three thick vols. Svo. cloth, 
£2. 2s 1884 

This work is invaluable to Bibliographers who are desirous 
af ascertaining if particular Early English Books are contained 
n the National Library. It is alphabetically arranged according 
to Authors' Names, and is accompanied by a very full Index of 
Subjects, with certain Special Class Headings, such as Ballads, 
Plays, Poems, Songs, etc., in which the titles of the works, with 
their dates, are set forth in alphabetical order. Each article so 
mentioned has also its own separate entry in the Index. Sub- 
oined is an ample Index of the Printers, Booksellers, and 
Stationers, whose productions are here catalogued. The British 
Museum Press-Marks are appended to the articles. 

Greek Papyri, by J. Forshall, 6 p>latcs of 
facsimiles, impl. 4to. boards, 6s 1839 

Printed Maps, Plans and Charts, 2 large vols, 
folio, cloth, £4. 10.? (pub. £6. 6s) 1885 

Persian MSS., by Dr. C. Rieu, with Indexes of 
Titles, Persons' Names, Classes and Numbers of 
the MSS., 3 vols, royal 4to. cloth, £2. 10s 1879-83 
Syriac MSS. acquired since 1838, by Dr. W. 
Wright, with Preface, Appendixes and In- 
dexes, 20 photo-lithographic facsimiles, 3 vols, 
row 4to. cloth, £2. 5s (pub. £4.) 1870-2 

BRUNET (J. C.) Manuel iu Libraire et de 
1'Amateur de Livres : cinqaieme edition origin- 
ale, entierement refondue, et augmentee d'un tiers 
par l'Auteur, 6 vols, avec le Supplement, par 
P. Deschamps et G. Brunet, 2 vols. : together, 
8 vols. Svo. with numerous ivoodcut facsimiles of 
Devices of Early Printers, etc. ; olive morocco, 
top cd. gt. [nice set), £16. 16s Paris, Didot, 1860-80 

This is a wholly new edition of this invaluable bibliographic- 
il work, very much enlarged and improved, and elegantly printed 
an tine paper. 

The same, without the Supplement, 6 vols. 

hedf morocco gilt, scarce, £12. 12s ibidem, 1860-5 

A fine copy, white vellum gilt,uncut, £13. 1878 

The Supplement, 2 vols, sewn, £1. 15s 

BURTON (Dr. J. Hill) The Book Hunter, etc., 
second edition, post Svo. printed on ribbed paper, 
roxburghe, uncut, scarce, £1. Is 1863 

New edition, with Memoir, bcaidiftdly 

printed on hand-made paper, with finely etched 
portrait, and vignette engravings on ivood, crown 
4to. cloth, top edges gilt, £3. 3s. 1882 

Of this edition but iooo copies were printed, all of which 
were sold before the day of publication. 

CATALOGUE' of the York Gate Library, 
formed by S. W. Silver ; an Index to the 
Literature of Geography, Maritime and In- 
land Discovery, Commerce, and Colonization, by 
E. A. Petherick, second edition, thick impl. 
Svo. extra boards, uncut, top edges gilt, £2. 2s 1886 

CATALOGUE of the Printed Books in the 
Library of the Faculty of Adyocatks, 
Edinburgh, by S. Halkett, Jon A. Hjaltalin, 
T. H. Jamieson, and J. T. Clark, 7 thick vols. 
4to. cloth (SCARCE), £5. 5s 1867-70 

The first portion of the catalogue contains biographical 
notices of authors, adding greatly to its interest and value. 

CATALOGUE of Books Privately 
Printed: by J. Martin, f.l.s., including those 
of the Bannatyne,Maitland and Roxburghe Clubs, 
and of the Private Presses at Darlington, Auch- 
inleck, Lee Priory, Newcastle, Middle Hill, and 
Strawberry Hill, with facsimile, COLOURED, of the 
binding of Queen Elizabeth's copy "De Antiauitate 
Ecclesioj Angl." and plain duplicate, 2 vols, 
impl. Svo. LARGE PAPER, cloth, £2. 10s 1834 

CAXTON (William), England's First Printer, 
Life and Typography of, with Evidence of his 
typographical connexion with Colard Mansion, 
the printer of Bruges, compiled from original 
sources by William Blades, with port, of 
Charles Duke of Burgundy, facsimiles of pp. of 
books, MSS., engra rings, and Caxton's various 
types, 2 vols. 4to. roxburghe, uncut (scarce), 
£4. 4s 1861-3 

CORSER (Rev. T.) Collectanea Anglo- 
Poetica : a Bibliographical and Descriptive 
Catalogue of a Collection of Early English 
Poetry, with occasional Extracts and Remarks, 
biographical and critical, 10 vols. 4to. cloth 
(A — Ward) : a large paper copy (only 4 so 
printed), £17. 17s Chetham Society, "lS6Q-80 

The above splendid collection of Early English' Poetrv was 
dispersed by auction at Messrs. Sotheby's' Rooms, and realized 
nearly ^20,000. 

COTTON (Archdeacon) Editions of the 
Bible and Parts thereof, 1550 to 1850, with 
appendix of translations and bibliographical 
descriptions : also Rhemes and Doway, what 
has been done by the Roman Catholics for 
. the diffusion of the Scriptures in English : 
2 vols. Svo. half morocco extra, top edges gilt, 
£1. 2s Oxford University Press, 1852-5 

Rhemes and Doway, an attempt to show 

what has been done by Roman Catholics for the 
Diffusion of the Holy Scriptures in English, Svo. 
cloth, 10s ibidem, 1855 

DIBDIN (Dr. T. F.) Bibliomania, or Book 
Madness, a Bibliographical Romance, with numer- 
ous woodcuts, 2 vols. 8vo. in 1, half calf neat, 
15s 1811 

Another copy, russia extra, £1. Is 

New and Improved Edition, with 

preliminary Observations, and a Supplement, 
including a Key to the Assumed Characters, fine 
engravings, royal Svo. morocco extra, gilt edges, by 
the late F. Bedford (fine copy), £5. 5s 1842 

LAST EDITION, with portrait and numerous 

-illustrations, thick royal Svo. roxburghe, 10s 6d 
(pub. £1. Is) 1876 


burghe, top edges gilt, 17s 6d 

The same, new half morocco gilt, top edges 

gilt [nice copy), £1. 10s 

Reminiscences of a Literary Life [with 

Anecdotes of Book Collectors], fine p>ort raits, 
steel plates, and facsimiles, etc., 2 vols. Svo. calf 
(jilt, with bookplate of the late Master of Trinity, 
£1. 10s 1836 

Another copv, boards {lacking Index), £1. Is 

3 * 


BIBLIOGRAPHICAL "Works, continued :— 

DIBDIN (Dr. T. F.) Bibliographical, Picturesque, and Antiquarian Tour in the Northern 
Counties of England, and in Scotland, wit h 42 plates, Proofs on India Paper, and 
numerous woodcuts, many of them also India Proofs, illustrative of Ancient Architecture, 
facsimiles of rare prints, portraits, etc. ; 3 vols, imperial 8vo., large paper, crimson morocco 
super-extra, gilt edges, a very choice copy, £40. 1838 


TYPOGRAPHICAL ANTIQUITIES; or History of Printing in England, Scotland 

and Ireland, containing- Memoirs of our Ancient Printers, and a Register of Books 
printed by them ; begun by Joseph Ames, augmented by W. Herbert, and now 
greatly enlarged with Notes, Lives, Prefaces, etc., with fine portraits and numerous plates 
and woodcuts in facsimile, also 3 additional plates (specimens of Gaxton and Machlinia*s 
Types), 4 thick vols, folio, large paper (only 66 copies so printed), a fine copy in 
red morocco super-extra, borders of gold, gilt edges, by Hay day, from the library of Joseph 
Walter King Eyton, with his emblazoned armorial bookplate, £33. 1809-19 

DIBDIN (Dr. T. F.) Descriptive Catalogue 
of the Books printed in the XV. Century, forming 
part of the Cassano Library, the property of 
Earl Spencer, with Index, etc., impl. 8vo. half 
bound {scarce), £1. 15s 1823 

• The Library Companion ; or the Young 

Man's Guide and the Old Man's Comfort in the 
Choice of a Library, thick Svo. cloth, uncut 
(with some caustic notes on the author and his 
work inserted), cheap, 10s 1824 

DONI (A. F.) La Libraria, divisa in tre 
trattati : nel primo sono scritti tutti gli Autori 
volgari ; nel secondo, gli Autori a penna ; nel 
terzo l'lnventione dell' Acadeniie, ec, with 
woodcut portraits of Dante, Petrarch, Ariosto, 
Dominichi, and Bcmbo, 12mo. old red morocco 
gilt, gilt edges (with J. Bindley 's bookplate) : 
'afterwards Mr. Beckford's copy, with MS. 
Note, 17s 6d Vinegia, 1558 

DRUJON (Fernand) Catalogue des 
Outrages, Ecrits et Dessins, Poursuiyis, Sup- 
primes ou Condamnes, depuis le 21 Octobre, 
1814, jusqu'a 1877, edition entierement nouvelle 
et accompagnee de Notes bibliographiques et 
analytiques, impl. Svo. half morocco extra (the 
wrappers bound in), SCARCE, £1. Is Paris, 1879 

EDWARDS (Edward) Free Town Libraries, 
their Formation, Management, and History, in 
Britain, France, Germany and America ; with 
Notices of Book-Collectors, thick 8vo. cloth, 
12s iSd (pub. £1. Is) 1869 

FRY (Francis) Tyndale's New Testament ; 
a Bibliographical Description of the (40) 
Editions of (1525 to 1566), with numerous Head- 
ings, Comparisons of Texts, and Historical Notices, 
the Notes in full from the Edition of Nov. 1534, 
an Account of two Svo. editions of the Bishops' 
New Testament, with unnumbered verses, etc. 
etc., 73 facsimile plates of full title-pages, 
colophons, pages, and capitals, 4to. handsomely 
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MODES ET COSTUMES HIST0RIQUES, dessines et graves par Pauquet Freres, d'apres 
les meilleurs Maitres de chaque epoque et les Documents les plus authentiques, an 
extensive series of full-length Figures, beautifully engraved and tastefully hand-coloured 
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Queens* and the Members of their Courts, the Nobility, Professional Men, Belles, and Beaux, Domestics, 
Town and Country People, Courtesans, Ladies in full dress and en deshabille, the strict dress of High 
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more recent vicissitudes of fashion. 

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designs of Albert Diirer, Titian, Vecellio, Jost Amman, Holbein, Rubens, Vandych, Hollar, 
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personages as depicted by celebrated painters. 


Books on Costume, continued : — 


COSTUMES OF ALL NATIONS, Ancient raid Modern, exhibiting the Dresses and Habits 
of all Classes, Regal, Ecclesiastical, Noble, Military, and Civil, both Male and Female, 
from the earliest historical Records to the Nineteenth Century, by Messrs. Rohrbach 
and Kretschmer, with 104 coloured plates, displaying nearly 2000 full-length figures, 
including many Historical Personages, arranged in chronological order, finely executed in 
chromo-lithography, 4to. half morocco, emblematically gilt on side, gilt edges, £2. 2s 1882 

Another copy, finely bound in morocco super-extra, gilt edges, £4. 10s 

This comprehensive and authoritative Work is, in addition to the Costumes, made more interesting by 
its exhibiting numerous necessaries and adorn mints, e.g. : — 

Regal Insignia : Crowns, Sceptres, Orbs, Thrones, etc. ; Arms and Armour of every description ; 
Personal Ornaments : Rings, Necklaces, Bracelets and Bangles, Earrings, Sandals, etc. ; Domestic 
Articles: Cabinets, Commodes, Cotters, Reading Desks. Beds, Sofas, Tables, Chairs, Seats, Mirrors, 
Clocks, Water- Vessels, Baskets, Inkstands, Walking-sticks, Umbrellas, Fans, Torches, Lamps, Incensi ■ 
burners, etc. ; Musical Instruments of all kinds, and various other articles. 

The Designs are copied with scrupulous exactness from Artistic and Literary Sources : so that we are 
enabled to look upon a Perfect Picture of the Costumes of all Nations in Peace and in War. 

COSTUMES of the CLANS of the SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS, by R. R. MTan : see under 
Scotland, post. 

ALEXANDER (W.) Picturesque Repre- 
sentations of the Dress and Manners of the 
English, Austrians, Turks, Russians and 
Chinese, consisting of 274 beautiful plates, 
coloured by hand, with Descriptions to each, 
5 vols, square 8vo. half morocco gilt (nice set), 
£3. 10s n. d. 

BEYSCHLAG (R.) Figures of Female Grace 
and Beauty in Costumes of Various Centuries ; 
being 12 charming reproductions of Drawings in 
Pastel, mounted, roval folio, in a handsome decor- 
ated cloth portfolio^ 10s 6rf (sells £1. 1*) 1886 

A splendid series of costumes : 

BONNARD (Camille) Costumes Historiques 
du Xlle an XVe Siecle, Texte Historique et 
Descriptif : avec Introduction par Charles Blanc, 

3 vols.— Costumes Historiques des XVIe, 
XVIIe, et XVIIIe Siecles— Texte par G. Dr- 
plessis, 2 vols. — the t'-hole illustrated with 3.50 
splendid and most accurately drawn and 
coloured plates, heightened with gold and 
silyer, designed by E. L. Cheyignard and 
Paul Mercuri ; together 5 vols, royal 4to. half 
morocco neat, top edges gilt, £14. 14.s Paris, 1S60-7 

COSTUMES :— A CoUection of the Dresses of 
different Nations. Antient and Modern, particu- 
larly Old English Dresses, after the Designs 
of Holbein, Vandyke, Hollar, and others, to 
which are added the Habits of the Principal 
Characters on the English Stage, with Descrip- 
tions in English and French, a very extensive and 
vol noble series of portraits in character or costunn . 
including many after Titian and several of the 
heroes and heroines of Shakespeare's Plays. 

4 vols, royal 4to. in 2, old calf, with the late Rev. 
H. T. Ellacombe's bookplate, extremely rare. 
£5. 10* 1757 

Trachten der Yolker, von Reginn der ge- 
schichte his zumneunzehnten Jahrhundert,von Dr. 
Carl Rohrbach, with 100 coloured plates con- 
taining several thousand figures by A. Kretsch- 
mer, plates and text guarded throughout, thick 
4to. stamped leather, extra gilt, gilt edges, in a 
box, £3. Leipzig, 1864 

See above for the English translation of this valuable work. 

BOOK of COSTUME, or Annals of Fashion, 
from the Earliest Period, by a Lady of Rank - . 
with illuminated title, and. 236 wood-engravings 

by the most eminent artists, Svo. cloth, Ids 6c/ 
(pub. £1. 1*) 1847 

FAIRHOLT (P. W.) Costume in England, a 
History of Dress to the end of the 18th century, 
with illustrated Glossary of Terms, nearly 700 
engravings by the Author, revised edition, by the 
Hon. H. A. Dillon, 2 vols, post Svo. new hf. mor. 
extra, 16s; or. new cf. extra, top cd. gt., lis 1885 

GRANT (James) The Tartans of the Clans 
of SCOTLAND, with an Introductory Account of 
Celtic Scotland, Clanship, Chiefs, their Dress, 
Arms, etc., with Historical Notes of each Clan. 
71 large and accurately coloured plates of the 
Tartans, with the Arms of the Chiefs emblazoned 
in gold and colours, roval 4to. cloth extra, top 
edges gilt. £1. Is (pub. £2. 2s) 1S86 

GUILLAUMONT (Mons., Fils) Costumes 
Anglais du Temps de la Reyulution [Fran- 
chise] et du Premier Empire, 1795-1806, 25 
etchings, carefully coloured by hand, 4to. in clot// 
case, 16s 1879 

HOPE (T.) The Costume of the Ancient-: 
Egyptians, Parthians, Persians, Armenians, 
Dacians, Phrygians, Amazons, Sarmatians, 
Syrians, Etruscans ; Greek and Roman Costume, 
Armour, Head-Dress, Warriors, Priests, Females, 
Monarchs, Bacchanalians, Phil - ■pliers, .Musical 
Instruments, Altars. Arms, etc., 300 plates, 2 
vols, royal Svo. half calf . £2. 2s 1812 

Nev.' edition, with numerous additional 

plates. 2 vols, roval Svo. cloth. £2. 1841 

ITALIAN SCENERY ; representing the 
Manners, Customs, and Amusements of the dif- 
ferent States of Italy, 32 large coloured engravings 
containing numerous FIGURES OF THE PEOPLE 
from drawings by P. VAN Lerberghi : the Nar- 
rative, in French and English, by Buonaiuti, folio, 
red morocco extra, gilt edges, £1. 18-s 1823 

LACY (T. H.) Costume, Male and Female; 
Historical, National and Dramatic, 400 accu- 
rately coloured plates, with a Classified 
Index ; 2 vols. 4to. half morocco extra, gilt edges, 
£6. 10s (pub. £10. 106) Lacy, 1S65-8 

One of the largest and most suggestive and useful collections 
of costumes for Fancy-Dress Balls etc. published. 



Books ox Costume, continued: — 

LA MODE, containing about 750 CAREFULLY i 
female fashions, including thcsingularly ridiculous 
children, mostly conceived in the lowest bathos of \ 
bad taste and of almost inconceivable hideousness, 
and exceedingly interesting as illustrating the 
France of the Romantic Period ; with descriptions 
of the plates, and political and literary gossip, etc., 
39 voLs. 8vo. and roval Svo. uniformly bound in 
half calf gilt, rare,* £6. 65 {Paris, 1830-42) 

MARECHAL (Sylvain) Costumes Ciyils, tie 
Tous les Peuples Connus, accompagnes d'une 
Notice Historique, etc., numerous carefully 
coloured plates, 4 vols, crown 4to. red morocco, 
gilt edges {scarce), £4. 15s Paris, 17S4 

MEYRICK (Sir S. R) and C. H. SMITH, 
Costnme of the Original Inhabitants of the British 
Islands and Gothic Nations on the Western Coasts 
of the Baltic, Ancestors of the Anglo-Saxons and 
Anglo-Danes, 24 fine coloured plates, folio, morocco 
extra {with Lord Farnborough's book-plate), 
£2. 106- Bulmer, 1821 

of the Dress and Manners of the English, 

FIFTY COLOURED FLATES of all classes of the 
people, with descriptions, square 8yo. russia, gilt 
edges, with book-plate of the late Rev. H. T. Ella- 
combe {cheap), £1. Is 1814 


PLANCHE (J. R., Somerset Herald) Cyclo- 
paedia of Costume, or Dictionary of Dress. Regal, 
Ecclesiastical, Civil, and Military, from the 
Earliest Period in England to the Reign of 
George III., including Notices of contemporaneous 
Fashions on the Continent, and General History 
of the Costumes of the principal Countries of 
Europe, embellished with SEVERAL thousands 
of Illustrations {plain plates, woodcuts, and 
chromolithographs), 2 fine large yoIs. 4to. half 
morocco, gilt edges, £3. 135 Od (pub. £7. 7s) 1876-9 

Another copy, 'morocco super-extra, gilt 

edges, £8. 8s 

" One of the most perfect works ever published upon the 
subject. The illustrations are numerous and excellent, and 
would, even without the letterpress, render the work an invalu- 
able book of reference for information as to costumes for fancy 
balls and character quadrilles." — Standard. 

PLANCHE (J. R., Somerset Herald) General 
History of Costume in Europe, from the begin- 
ning of the Christian Era to the Accession of George 
III., with woodcuts a.ndbeau.tif idly coloured plates, 
4to. cloth, extra gilt, yeey cheap, 12s 6d n. d. 
The above is the volume of "History" in the well-known 
" Cyclopaedia of Costume," and is the remainder of the edition 
of that work, the rest of which was unfortunately destroyed by 
a recent tire. As it contains not only the Text, but also the 
woodcuts and coloured plates (though the exact number is not 
guaranteed], it is certainly the cheapest and usefullest General 
History of Costume at present to be had. 

RELIGIOUS Orders, Costumes of, Male and 
Female : — BONANNUS ^Ph. ) Ordinum Religiosoruni 
in Ecclesia Militanti Catalogus (Lat. et Ital.), 
vols. 1 and 2, with 241 plates of Religious Habits; 
square royal Syo. veil tan, £1. 10s Roma, 1706-7 

RELIGIOUS and Ciyil Orders, Costumes 
of : Afbeeldingen en Beschryvingen van alle 
Geestelyke en Wereldlyke Ordens, Zedert Haare 
stichting tot, Op Onzen tyd, 18 etched plates 
coloured by hand, thin Svo. half bound {scarce), 
12s 6 d Te Amsterdam, 1791 

SHAW (H., f.s.a.) Works on Costume and 
Decoration : see under Shaw, post. 

SMITH (Lt.-Col. C. Hamilton) Ancient 
Costume of Great Britain and Ireland, 
7th to 16 th century, from rare Specimens, "with 
Descriptions, 60 spirited coloured plates, some 
Icightened with gold, of Historical Characters, 
different Classes of Society, Engines of War and 
Peace, Ships, etc., with full letterpress, folio, half 
morocco, uncut, £1. 17s 6d (1S13) 

STRUTT (Joseph) Works on Costume etc. 
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THEATRE, Histoire du Costume au, with 27 
plates, impl. Svo. sewn, 6s Paris, 1S80 

VECELLIO (Cesare) Costumes Anciens et 
Modern es, precedes d'un Essai sur la Gravure 
sur Bois par M. Anibroise Firmin Didot ; 513 
full-length figures, with descriptions in F remit 
and Italian, every page surrounded with woodcut 
borders, 2 vols. Svo. morocco super-extra, hand- 
somely tooled on sides, gilt edges, £3. 3s I860 

WALKER (G.) Costume of Yorkshire, a re- 
production of the original edition of 1S14, with 
Introduction by E. Hailstone, Forty-one Col- 
oured Engrayings, with Descriptions in 
English and French, royal folio, half moroccm 
neat, top edges gilt, £3. 3s (pub. £4. 4s) Leeds, 188a 

k rem \rkably magnificent WORK : 
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a Series of 33 large and most magniheent paint- 
many of the most illustrious and distinguished 
personages who formed the splendid procession, 
attired in their resplendent robes of State, bearing 
all the Insignia of Office in their various capaci- 
ties, COLOURED in the FIRST STYLE of ART, like 

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Coronation robes, and acquire an additional value from the 
fact that the distinguished personages sat expressly for this 
work, and of several no other portraits exist, 

CORPUS ScriptorumClassicorum, Graecornnj 
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yoIs. ISnio. half cedf neat, A CHEAP AND USEFUL 
SET, £3. 3s Lipsice, 1S20 

CORY (W.) Guide to Modern English Hist- 
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CORY (I. P.) Metaphysical, Mythological 
and Chronological Inquiries {the first ai 
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Pickering, 1S33-7 

CORYAT'S (T.) Crudites, reprinted from the 
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Letters from INDIA, and other numerous Addition*, 
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(mostly on foot) than any hitherto published ; 
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COVERDALE (Bishop Miles) A Christen 

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Letters, with Introduction by the Rev. W. 

Benham (Golden Treasury Series), fcap. Svo. 
cloth, 3s Qd 1884 

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COWTAN (R.) Memories of the Briiimi 
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COX (A.) The Landlord's and Tenants ( ;uide : 
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COX (David), Biography of, with remark- on 

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COX (Rev. Sir G. W.) History of Gri 

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cloth, £1." Is (pub. £1. 16s) ]s74 

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General History of Greece, to the Death 

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History to the present Time, numerous maps, 

post Svo. new cedf gilt, lis 6c/ 1876 
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Contents : — Memoirs of the Life and Administration of 
Sir Robert Walpole, 3 vols. 1798 — Memoirs of Horatio, Lord 
Walpole, 1675-1757, 1 vol. 1803— Private and Original Corre- 
spondence of Charles Talbot, Duke of Shrewsbury. 1 vol. 1821 
— Memoirs of the Pelham Administration, 2 vols. 1829. 

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Svo. cloth, £1. 1878 

CRAIK (Mrs., Miss Unlock) Thirty Years : 
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4s 1881 

The Fairy Book, the best Popular Fairy 

Stories selected and rendered anew, 12mo. new 
morocco, gilt edges, 9s ; or, morocco extra, gilt 
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-William, 24th Earl of; when Lord Lindsay) 

Lives of the Lindsays, with facsimiles and 
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Sketches of the History of Christian 

Art, original edition, 3 vols. Svo. half calf 
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. Argo : or the Quest of the Golden Fleece, 

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CRAVEN (Mme. Augustus) Le Mot de 
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CRAWLEY (Capt.) and W. COOK : The 
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illustrated, royal 8vo. cloth, 12s 1877 

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the Original Sketches, which were drawn and coloured on the spot, with all but the finish of a 

The Figures which enliven each scene, are all, both as regards their Costumes and 
OCCUPATIONS, taken from the most trustworthy authorities ; and are introduced not merely as pictorial 
adjuncts, but from a desire to identify the Edifices they illustrate with the Characters and Habits of a 
people that have now passed away, and to represent, in some of its peculiarities, "the very A^e and 
Body of the Time." 


Southam, Gloucestershire. 
West wood, Worcestershire. 
Beddington, Surrey. Hall. 
Boughton-Malherbe, Kent. 
Penshurst, Kent. 


Broughton Castle, Oxon. Drawing Room. 
Wroxton Abbey, Oxon. 2 plates. 
Hardwicke Hal), Derbyshire. 4 plates. 
Hever Castle, Kent. 2 plates. 

East Barsham, Norfolk. Doorway. 
Hatfield, Herts. 2 plates. 
Ockwells, Berks. 3 plates. 
Wakehurst, Sussex. 2 plates. 
Bramshill, Hants. 2 plates. 
Crewe Hall, Cheshire. Staircase. 

Combe Abbey. Doorway. 
Audlev End, Essex. 2 plates. 
Littlccotes, Wilts. Hall. 
Moathouse, Ightham, Kent. 2 plates. 
Bolsover Castle, Derbyshire. Hall. 

Cranborne, Dorsetshire. 2 plates. 
Burleigh, Northamptonshire. 2 plates 
1 Parham, Sussex. Hall. 
Wollaton, Nottinghamshire. 2 plates 
Lanhydroc, Cornwall. Gallery. 
Aldermaston, Berks. Staircase. 

Entrance to the Moat- 

, Ightham, Kent 
Lyme Hall, Cheshire. Bay Window. 
Levens, Westmoreland, 5 plates. 
Brereton, Cheshire. 

Bramhall Hall, Cheshire. Banqueting 


Athelhampton, Dorsetshire. 2 plates. 
Waterstone, Dorsetshire. 
Chastleton, Oxon. Drawing Room. 
Hatfield, Herts. . 2 plates. 
Charlecote, Warwickshire. 
Hampton Court, Middlesex. 2 plates. 


Franks, Kent. 

Holland House, Kensington. 2 plates. 
Sutton Place, near Guildford, Surrey. 
Loseley, near Guildford. 
Haddon Hall, Derbyshire. 5 plates. 

Sutton Place, near Guildford, Surrey. 
Knowle, Kent. 7 plates. 
Bramshill, Hants. Stairs to the Terrace. 
Postlip Hall, Gloucestershire. Room. 

Dorfold, Cheshire. Drawing Room. 
Montacute, Somerset. Porch. 
Penshurst, Kent. Hall. 
Compton Wynyate, Warwickshire, 2 

Bramhall Hall, Cheshire. 3 plates. 



Sizergh, Westmoreland, 

Crewe Hall, Cheshire. 2 plates. 
Bingham, Melcombe, Dorsetshire. 
Kenilworth, Warwickshire. Room in the 

Speke, Lancashire. $ plates. 
Adlington, Cheshire. Hall. 
Milton Abbey, Dorsetshire. 
Borwick Hall, Lancashire. 
Aston Hall, Warwickshire. 3 plates. 
Moreton Hall, Cheshire. 

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! Draughtsman distinguished by very superior taste. The original edition (for copies of which see post) 
having long become scarce and dear, the present edition has been published, without any sacrifice of the 
beautiful effects of the former one. 


English Topography, continued;— 


DUGDALE (Sir W.) and Roger Dodsworth, MONASTICON ANGLICANUM, greatly 
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KING- (Richard John) Handbooks to the 
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I LELANDUS (J.) Collectanea de Rebus 
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Notis, et Indice : editio altera : acced. de Rebus 
Angl. Opuscula varia e divv. Codd. MSS. descr. 
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NASH (Joseph) The Mansions of England 
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the most characteristic Features of the Domestic 
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our Ancestors, all finely coloured by hand, 
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ORMEROD (G., d.c.l., f.r.s.) Parentalia: 
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(very scarce), £2. 15? Privately Printed, 1851 
PECK (Rev. Francis) Academia Tertia Angli- 
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XIV Books, with large folding view of the town 
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PENNANT (T.) Journey from Chester to 
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Holland (Airs.) Descriptive Account of the 

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English Topography, continued:— 

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, History and Antiquities of, by Dr. G. LIPSCOMB, comprising the 
-whole County, compiled from Manuscripts and the most authentic Records, with nearly 
270 fine engravings of Ancient and Modem Mansions, Churches, and other edifices, Coats of 
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Eton, 1749-62 
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agricultural map of the Shire, 8vo. old half calf, 
Is 6d ' Edinburgh, 1799 i 

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE :- Willis (Browne) 
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CAMBRIDGESHIRE : — Carter (Edmund) 
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ibidem (1880) 

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Bentham (Rev. James, F.S.A.) History and 

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Norwich, 1812-17 


English Topography, continued :— 


CHESHIRE, HISTORY of, by G. ORMEROD ; new and enlarged edition, corrected 

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of some of the British Norman Isles constituting 
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avarice during the last 20 years." 

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Immunities, and a concise Political History, 
maps and numerous plates, etc., 2 vols. Svo. cloth, 
£l.\2s6d Chester, 1S31 

Hughes (T.) Ancient Chester and its 

Neighbourhood, a Series of Illustrations of the 
Streets of this Old City, taken Sixty Years since; 
29 large and fine plates, drawn and etched by 
G. and W. Batenham and John Musgeoye. 
1S14-17, with Preface and Descriptions, folio. 
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CORNWALL : — Carew (Richard) The 
Survey of Cornwall, and Epistle concerning 
the Excellencies of the English Tongue, with Life 
by H[ugh] C[arew], third edition, with List of 
Subscribers, 6 pp., 4to. Spanish cedf gilt, yellow 
cd., SCARCE, ISsQd 1769 

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Cornwall. The author in his address to the Reader in 
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treatise plotteth down CornivaU as it now standeth " 1602 . 
The dedication to Sir Walter Raleigh signed " Your Lordships 
poor Kinsman" is curious and interesting. 

CORNWALL :— Borlase (Rev. W.) The Anti- 
quities of Cornwall, Historical and Monu- 
mental, with Vocabulary of the Conm-British 
Language ; second edition enlarged, 
numerous plates, 1769; also Natural History 
of Cornwall, by the same, map and numerous 
plates, Oxford, 175S — together 2 vols, folio, old 
russia, bright gilt backs, gilt edges, in fine < OK- 
dition, £6. Ids 1758-69 

The "Antiquities" contains Essays on the Druids, Super- 
stitions, Customs, and Remains of the most remote Antiquity, 
and was largely consulted by the late H. T. Bickle, in writing 
his " History of Civilization." The other vol. is a very complete 
Natural History of the County: its Climate, Rivers, Metals, 
Birds, Fishes, Inhabitants, etc. 

Polwhele (Rev. R.) History of Corn- 
wall, 3 vols., Falmouth, 1803— History in re- 
spect to Population, and the Health, Longevity, 
Diseases, etc. of the Inhabitants, portrait, Truro, 
1S06 : Civil and Military History, Exeter, 1S06 : 
Language, Literature, and Literary Character, 
London, 1806: Cornish-English Vocabulary. Truro. 
1S0S — together 7 vols. 4to. in 5, with map, views, 
ports., pedigrees, etc.; old trcc-cf. gt., £7. 10s 1S03-S 

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with good impressions of the plates: it does not contain the 
I'ocabulary of Local Sames after p. 65 in the Glossary, which is 
usually lacking. As hardly any two copies exactly agree, the 
above is not guaranteed perfect, and is therefore marked at an 
unusually low price. 

Biographical Sketches in, by the same, 

with his and other portrait* and plates, 3 vols- 
post Svo. boards (scarce, from the Hartley Col- 
lection), £1. Is Truro, 1S31 
Gilbert (Davies. p.r.s.) Parochial Hist- 

ory of Cornwall, from the MSS. of Hals and 
Tonkin, with additions, etc., woodcuts. 4 vol-. 
Svo. half cloth, £2. 2s Nichols, 1S3S 

Another copy, half morocco neat, £2. 5s 

Maclean (Sir J.) Parochial and Family 

History of the Deanery of Trigg Minor, 
coloured i^l at cs, etc., including illustrations of all 
the churches, with their ground-plans, 3 vols. 4to. 
in 14 parts, sewn, £3. 10$ (pub. £7. 13s) 

Bodmin. 1868-72 
Statistical Account of the Parish of St. 

Just, in Penwith ; and of its Ecclesiastical and 
Druidical Antiquities; by the Key. J. BULLEB, 
plates and map, Svo. cloth {presentation copy to 
Sir Harris Nicola s), 9s Penzance, ls4"2 

and DEVON :— Pearce (T.) The Laws 

and Customs of the Stannaries, folio, calf 
neat, with thirty-eight pages of early MS. Ad- 
ditions. £2. 2s 17 2.5 
CUMBERLAND :— The Antiquities of the 
Cathedral Church of St. Mary. Carlisle 
drawn by Robert Carlile, fifty-two fine 
water-colour drawing's, bound in one vol. 
royal folio, Etruscan calf gilt edges, £14. 14s 1791 

This interesting and valuable collection, in addition to 
Exterior and Interior Views of the Cathedral, Tombs, etc , 
contains 40 drawings devoted to the Legends of Saint Anthony 
and Saint Austin, copied from the original paintings in the 
North and South Choir Aisles. 


English Topography, continued: — 

DORSETSHIRE, History and Antiquities of, by the REV. J. HUTCHINS, compiled from 
the best and most Ancient Historians, Records, MSS., Domesday Book, etc., with 
numerous fine engravings, maps, genealogical tables, etc., 2 vols, folio, neatlij half bound, 
wholly uncut, £4. 4s Nichols, 1774 

The same, third edition, much augmented by Shipp and Hod son, and embellished 

with numerous Engravings, Views of Seats, Antiquities, etc., complete in 15 parts, royal 
folio, sewn, £10. 1861-75 

— Another copy, new crimson morocco extra, gilt edges, £20. 

The same, Large Paper, 4 vols, imperial folio, neiu crimson morocco extra, gilt elges 

(scarce), £31. 10s 

This third edition of the History and Antiquities of the important county of Dorset is much aug- 
mented by assistance rendered to the editors by many gentlemen (some of whose names are mentioned in 
the Preface), either residing in or connected with the County. Its value is further enhanced by many 
fine engravings by Le Keux, who was specially retained for the production of Views of Gentlcmei/s Seats, 
in addition to some of the old plates which still retain a peculiar interest. 

CUMBERLAND :— Jefferson (S.) History 
and Antiquities of Leath Ward, Cumberland, 
with Biographical Notices and Memoirs, with 
fine jrfatcs of Churches, Antiquities, etc., India 
'proofs, impl. Svo. large taper, cloth, £1. 105 

Carlisle, 1840 

DERBYSHIRE, History of, by John Pen- 
dleton, containing numberless curious and 
a nt using anecdotes, bcdlads, antiquarian notes, 
etc., Svo. cloth, Is 6d 1886 

■ Chantrey's Peak Scenery ; or Views in 

Derbyshire, engraved by W. B. and G. Cooke 
after drawings by Sir Francis L. Chantrey, R.A., 
with Descriptions by James Croston, f.s.a., 
4to. cloth, £1. Is (pub. £1. Us 6d) Derby, 1886 
The same, large paper, with Proofs 

on India paper from the original copperplates, 
folio {only 50 copies printed), half morocco neat 
{an attractive book), £3. 15s 

Simpson (Rev. R.) Collection of Frag- 

ments illustrative of the History and Antiquities 
of Derby [with numerous Biographies] : com- 
piled from authentic Sources, with many engrav- 
ings aud ports., 2 vols. Svo. bds., 12s Qd Derby', 1826 

Chronicles of the Collegiate Church or 

Free Chapel of All Saints, Derby : by the 
Rev. J. C. Cox, d.d., f.s.a., and W. H. St. 
John Hope, with 18 plates and 28 woodcuts, 
royal 4to. extra cloth, £1. 13s Qd 1881 

Onlv 300 copies were printed as above, and 12 on large paper. 


Natural History of Tutbury, and the Fauna and 
Flora of the District surrounding, by Sir Oswald 
MOSLEY {with his auto, inscription) and E. 
BROWN, 9 illustrations, impl. 8vo. cloth, £1. 5s 

Van Voorst, 1863 

DEVONSHIRE, History of, by the Rev. 

Richard Folwhele, with map and 23 {out of 

24) engraved plates, 3 vols, royal folio, old mottled 

calf (SCARCE), £15. 10s Exeter, 1797-93-1806 

The above copy is marked at a very low price as it wants 
in vol. i the original map (one being substituted), 8 pp. of 
contents, 4 pp. of postscript etc., and in vol. 2 the half-title, and 
the plate of BridweU, the scat of R. Hall. It is, however, the 
ca~-e that it is very difficult to say when a copy is perfect or not, 
as hardly any two copies are to be found agreeing with each 
other in all particulars. 

Westcotej(T.): View of Devonshire, in 

1030; with Pedigree of most of the Gentry, by 
Thomas WESTCOfrE, edited by the Rev. G. 
Oliver, d.d., and Pitman Jones, thick crown 
4to. cloth (scarce), £3. 3* Exeter, 1845 

DEVONSHIRE :— Risdon (T.) Chorographi- 
cal Description or Survey of Devonshire, 
with the City and County of Exeter, containing 
the History, Antiquity, Chronology, Nature of 
the County, Commodities, and Government there- 
of : with Prince's Continuation ; plates ofCarfoix 
Conduit and of Arms of the Sp>iccrs ; post Svo. 
first edition, brown cf. extra, gt. eel. {nice copy, 
with SirE. M. Elton's book-plate), £2. ISs 1714 

Worth (R. N., f.g.s.) Devonshire, with. 

Sketches of its leading Worthies, roval 8vo. cloth, 
6s 1886 

The same, LARGE Paper, crown 4to. hedf 

morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, £1. 5* 

Freeman (E. A.) History of Exeter, 

4 maps, crown 8vo. cloth, 3s 1887 

Izacke (R.) Remarkable Antiquities of the 

City of Exeter ; second and enlarged edition, 
by S. Izacke, Chamberlain, map, view of the 
Cathedral, and cuts of arms, Svo. old English 
black morocco, gilt edges, 16s 1724 

Jenkins (A.) History and Description of the 

City of Exeter and its Environs, with Survey 
of the Churches, etc., folding map and plcdcs, 
thick Svo. half calf, Is Qd Exeter, 1806 

Oliver (Rev. G., d.d.) History of Exeter, 

8vo. boards, Is Qd Exeter, 1821 

Dartmoor, a Descriptive Poem, by N. T. 

Carrington, with long Preface and Notes [form- 
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Moor ; containing also a list of the birds and 
insects, etc.], by AV. Burt, with 12 etchings of 
scenery, royal Svo. half morocco gilt, 16s 1826 

A True Narration of the most observable 

Passages in and at the late Seige of Plymouth 
[by the Cavaliers], from Sept. 15th, 1643, to Dec. 
25th, 1644 ; with the Cavaliers' Summons to the 
Mayor and Governour, and Prince Maurice his 
Warrant to the Countrey ; imprimatur John 
White ; with map by Hollar and t/ic ra re portrait 
of Prince Maurice by Stent, sm. 4to. blue morocco 
gilt, gilt edges, £2. 10a' 1644 

Historical Memoirs of the Town and Parish 

of Tiverton, by Martin Dunsford [with List 
of Subscribers], maps and plates, 4to. calf neat, 
£1. 3s 6d Exeter, 1700 

DORSETSHIRE, Civil Division of, method- 
ically digested and arranged : comprising Lists 
of the Civil Ministerial Officers, Magistrates, and 
subordinate Officers, a complete Nomina Vill 
arum, Annual Value, Taxes, etc., byE. BOSWELL, 
map, Svo. boards, 8s Qd Sherborne, 1795 



English Topography, continued :— 

compiled from the Original Records and MSS. by ROBERT SURTEES and the REV. 
JAMES RAINE, with numerous fine plates of Buildings, Monumental Antiquities, Seals, 
Arms, and Portraits, after Blore and others, engraved by Scriven, Pye, etc., 5 vols, royal 
folio, original boards, wholly uncut, rare (cheap), £26. 10s Nichols, 1816-52 

Another and magnificent copy on LARGE PAPER, imperial folio, beautifully bound 

in dark orange morocco super-extra, gold rulings on sides, tooled backs, gilt edges, in perfect 

condition, £63. 

The ahove fine copies are in every respect perfect, having those sheets which were subsequently printed 
Is 3apply the gaps left open at Mr. Surtees's death. Of this great history of the Bishopric, as of YVhitaker's 
Craven, it may be said that in it is the groundwork laid for many romances: and to the serious student 
i)f history or lover of architecture its value and fascination is no less. 

DORSETSHIRE, Civil Division of, second 
edition, super-royal Svo. boards, 13s Qd 

Dorchester, 1833 

— ■ — Archaeology : — A quarto vol. containing an 
Autograph Letter and a Drawing by W. A. 
Miles, relating to Deverel Barrow, JIS. Xotcs 
cling Ruins at Knowlton, by Sir R. C. 
Ho are, with an original Drawing, etc. — MlLES 
(W. A.) Description of the Deverel Barrow, 
opened 1S25, and Account of the Kimmeridge 
Coal Money [by Sir R. Colt Hoare, with draw- 
ing], plates, royal Svo. 1826 — together 2 vols. 18s 6d 


DURHAM, History and Antiquities of the 
County Palatine of, by William HUTCHIN- 
SON, with numerous fine engravings {the cuts of 
Roman Altars and other Antiquities, and the 
Arms and Seals of the Bishops admirably executed 
by T. Bewick), also additionally illustrated 
with taste by the insertion of about 30 very choice 
views, water-colour drawings, maps, etc., 3 vols. 
4to. handsomely bound in panelled calf extra, 
gilt edges (a tall and choice copy), £8. Ss 

2s ewcastle, 1785-94 

The same, A fine Large Paper copy, with 

all the original ill ustrcdions^.3 vols, royal 4to. new 
panelled, calf super-extra, gilt backs, uncut, top 
edge* gilt, in nice condition (corner of margin of 
one leaf mended), £10. 10s Durham, 1817-23 

A Large Paper copy of the edition without 

the full series of illustrations, 6 plates and wood- 
cuts, 3 vols, roval 4to. half calf neat, £4. 10s 

Durham, 1823 

Billings (R. YV.) Architectural An- 
tiquities of the County of Durham, eccles- 
iastical, castellated, and domestic, 64 highly 
finished engravings by Le Kcux and others, with 
Descriptions, 4to. half cloth, £1. Is Durham, 1846 

D[ayies] (J., of Kidwelly) Ancient 

Rites and Monuments of the Monastical 
and Cathedral Church of Durham, collected 
out of ancient MSS., about the time of the 
Suppression, 12mo. old cedf, 10s 1672 

Record of Benefactions for the Support 

of Churches, Chapels, Oratories and Schools, 
made by the Dean and Chapter of Durham, 
from 1750 to 1857, 4to. boards (scarce, printed for 
private circulation only), £1. 17s Qd Durham, 1S5S 
Longstaffe (W. H. D.) Historv and 

Antiquities of the Parish of Darlington," in the 
Bishoprick, with steel plates, pedigrees, and wood- 
cuts, royal Svo. handsomely bound in red morocco 
super-extra, gilt edges, as good as new, £1. 2s Qd 

Darlington, 1854 

DURHAM :— Local Collections, Records of 
Remarkable Events, connected with the BOROUGH 
of Gateshead, 1841, frontispiece, 4to. sewn 
(scarce; only QO copies printed) , £1. l'2s 6d 

Gateshead-on-Tyne, 1842 

Allan Tracts, including Collections relat- 
ing to Sherburn Hospital, facsimile of charter, 
Legend of St. Cuthbert, History of the churches 
at Lindisfarne, Cunecascestre, and Dunholm, by 
R. Hegg, 1626, reprint, 1777; Charter of the 
Hospital at Gateshead, Life of Bishop Trevor of 
Durham, portrait, Origin and Succession of the 
Bishops of Durham, Foundation Charter of 
Durham Cathedral, and other tracts, 4to. half 
morocco, uncut (VERY SCARCE), £4. 10s 1771 etc. 
Collection of Letters, from the New- 

castle Newspapers, addressed to the Magistrates 
of Durham, etc., and other Durham tracts, in 
1 vol. 4to. boards (uncut), £1. lis Qd 1S10, etc. 

From Mr. Hartley's Library, with the following in his hand- 
writing : — " These books should accompany Surtees's History of 
Durham." The other tracts are Letters to Sir J. Eden, Bart., 
Newcastle, 1810; to Richard Wharton, m. p., i8io;tothe Bishop 
of Durham, 1811 ; Sir J. Eden, 1811 ; and a Letter to Leuconotus, 

Jacob Bee, His Booke, given him the 29th 

of August, 1681, 3 cuts, facsimile of autograph 

and pedigree, Svo. beautifully bound by Hayday 

in crimson morocco extra, gold tooled, gilt edges 

(SCARCE, only 25 printed), £2. 2s (Durham, 1819) 

Jacob Bee lived 75 years in Durham, and kept in his Diary, 

of which the above is a reprint, a register of Births, Marriages, 

and Deaths, besides a chronicle of events between the years 

16S2-1706. All sorts of events were jotted down as they occurred 

— murders, foot-races, floods, comets, elections, etc. — and now 

possess great interest. 

ESSEX : — Suckling (Rev. Alfred) Memorials of 
the Antiquities and Architecture, Family History 
and Heraldry of the County, with 34 plates (with 
the Arms illuminated), and 71 woodcuts, impl. 
4to. large paper, hedf morocco, £3. 3s 1845 

Morant (Rev. Philip) History and Anti- 
quities of Essex, with many fine old plates and 

maps, 2 vols, folio, vol. 1, ORIGINAL AND BEST EDI- 
TION, and vol. 2, reprint; sound russiagilt (cheap), 
£10. 10s London, 176S, and Chelmsford, 1816 

History and Antiquities of Colchester : 

collected chieily from MSS. ; with Appendix of 
Records and original Papers, by the same, map 
and plates, folio, calf, £2. 5s 1748 

History and Description of COLCHESTER, by 

T. Cromwell, with numerous fine steel portraits, 
plates, maps, etc., all on INDIA PAPER, 2 vols, 
roval Svo. large PAPER (rather cut down), calf 
gilt, gilt edges, ISs 1825 

Another Large Paper copy, wholly uncut, 

but the plates, etc., not on India, pa per, boards, 18s 


English Topography, continued: — 

FIRST AND BEST EDITION, with portrait of the Author by Vander Guchtand 73 fine 
copper -plates engraved by T. Kip, exhibiting panoramic views of the various seats and 
estates, the armorial bearings, etc., thick folio, red morocco extra, gold tooled, gilt edges, by 
W. Pratt : a very fine copy both as to binding and general condition (see note), 
£52.105 1712 

The same, SECOND EDITION, with the 73 engravings by Kip (this edition not 

having the portrait), proofs before letters, royal folio, Large Paper, new mottled calf 

extra, yellow edges : a fine copy, £31. 10s 1768 

The above valuable work is, BOTH IN its first and SECOND editions, one of the scarcest of 

OUR COUNTY histories, a large portion of both editions having been destroyed by fire at the printers' 

warehouses. Moreover, most of the remaining copies of the first edition were scorched or stained, 

whereas both the above copies are in fine and perfect condition throughout. 

LYSONS (Samuel) Account of ROMAN ANTIQUITIES discovered at WOOD- 
CHESTER, with 40 large coloured and other engravings of Mosaic Pavements, Sculpture, 
Ornaments, Utensils, Views, etc. atlas folio, blue morocco extra, borders of gold, leather 
joints, gilt edges, by Kalthoeber, very rake (Mr. Beckford's fine copy), £14. 10s 1797 
Only twelve copies were executed in the superior manner of the above, and a copy has hardly ever 

occurred for sale. 

ESSEX.— History and Antiquities of Colches- 
ter, plates (icith the folding sheet of the List of 
Members, which is rarely found in the book), 8vo. 
calf extra, with Mr. Comcrford's bookplate, 16s 

Colchester, 1789 

Epping Forest, by E. N. Buxton, fcap. 

8vo. cloth, ls6d ' 1885 

Descriptive Sketch of Ancient Statues, 

Busts, etc. at Felix Hall, Kelvedon (Lord 
Western's), 9 plates on India paper, folio, boards 
[with his Lordship's presentation inscription), 
Is 6d Chelmsford, 1833 

A Season at Harwich ; with Excursions 

by Land and Water : also Researches, historical, 
natural, etc. by W. H. Lindsey, Architect, maps 
and 14 plates, 8vo. half calf gilt, 9s 6d 1851 

History and Antiquities of the Round 

Church at Little Maplestead, formerly be 
longing to the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, 
with an Historical Sketch of the Crusades, by 
WILLIAM Wallen, f.s.a., etched views and other 
plates, and woodcuts, royal 8vo. LARGE paper, 
with the arms and initial letters illuminated, 
cloth, uncut, 10s 1836 

Stifford and its Neighbourhood, past and 

present ; also More about Stifford, by the 
Rev. W. Palin, 2 vols. 4to. large paper, cloth 
(printed for private circulation), £2. 12s 6<r/ 


Contains Historical and Antiquarian descriptions of Stifford 
and the surrounding parishes, -with numerous engravings of 
iiieivs and antiquities. 

Collection of, by S. Lysons, 110 plates (2 
coloured) of Churches, Pulpits, Fonts, Tombs, 
Brasses* Stained Glass, Castles, Manor Houses,' 
etc., folio, old cedf, with Archdeacon Owen's 
bookplate (scarce), £2. 2s- 1799 

Another copy, half bound, £2. 1804 

Bibliotheca Gloucestrensis : Scarce and 

Curious Tracts relating to the City and County ; 
edited by J. Washbourn : 3 parts complete ; por- 
traits, 4to. boards, £1. \2s 6a Gloucester, 1823-5 

These curious pieces are chiefly illustrative of the times of 
Charles I. and II. and Cromwell. 

Bristol, Chilcott's Descriptive History 

of, with Guide to the Neighbourhood, etc., maps 
and cuts, fcap.Svo. canvas bds.,6s6d Bristol, 1851 

NALSof Bristol in the XIX. Century, royal 8vo. 
cloth, Is 6d (pub. 16s) 1887 

Britton (J. ) Historical and Architectural 

Essay on Redcliffe Church, Bristol, v-ith 
plans, views and architectural details ; and an 
drawing of the S.E. View by J. Buckler added, 
impl. 4to. large paper, calf extra, gt. ed. (SirR. 
Colt Hoare's copy, with his Crest), £1. 12? 1813 
Griffith (S. Y.) New Historical Descrip- 

tion of Cheltenham, with nearly 100 fine steel en- 
gravings (proof impressions i, maps, and plan of 
Pittvillc, royal 4to. LARGE PAPER, calf extra, gilt 
edges, £1. \os Cheltenham, 1826 

Corbet (J.) An Historicall Relation of the 

Military Government of Gloucester : From 
the beginning of the Civill Wane to the removall 
of Colonell Massie to the Command of the Westerne 
Forces, ^to. fine clean uncut copy, hf. cfi , £1. Is 1645 
with the author's original drawings : 
HAMPSHIRE : — Englefield (Sir H. C, 
f.r.s.) A Walk through Southampton, 1801 ; 
the same, second and enlarged edition, with 
some account of the Roman Station Clausentum, 
and the Appendix containing an Account of an 
Ancient Building in Southampton, the whole with 
the original plates in several states, and folding 
view, with original sepia and pencil draw- 
ings by Sir H. Englefield inserted, 4to. finely 
bound in sound russia extra gilt, double; bcauti- 
full// blind- and gold-tooled without and within, 
and the monogram H. C. E. worked on side, gilt 
edges, a unique and interesting copy, £8.' 8s 

Southampto)i, 1801-5 

The above copy was presented by the author with his 
autograph inscription to W. Alexander. It was afterwards re- 
purchased by Sir Henry at Mr. Alexander's Sale in 1817 for 
£10. io.f, as an autograph note in the book testifies. 

The same, original edition, with 6 plates ; 

additionally illustrated BY 3 MAPS AND 10 
other Water - colour Drawings ; besides 
6 extra engravings inserted, post 8vo. boards, 
uncut, \6s6d ibidem, 1S01 

The same, second edition, considerably 

augmented, with account of the Boman Station 
Clausentum, 12 plates and 5 woodcuts, 8vo. Ids. 
{with Mr. Hartley's bookplate), \6s 6d ibidem, 1805 


English Topography, continued:— 

T. C. WILKS, and C. LOCKHART, with upwards of 70 full-page Engravings, Portraits, 
Maps, Views, Antiquities, etc., India proofs ; 3 handsome vols, folio, large paper {only 
50 copies so printed), new half r its sia extra, top edges gilt, uncut, £10. 10s (pub. £15. 15s) 


Another cop} 7- , newly hound in full morocco extra, gilt edges, £15. 15s 

This exceedingly interesting and valuable County History was begun by the late B. B. Woodward, 
P.S.A., formerly librarian to her Majesty the Queen at Windsor Castle, and after his decease was com- 
pleted by the Rev. T. C. Wilks. The portion relating to the Isle of Wight was supplied by Mr. C. Lockhart. 
The work contains in ample detail the History, Antiquities, and Peculiarities of every Place of 
importance in the Shire, with numerous references to Family History, Anecdotes and Biographies of 
listinguished Natives and Residents, and accounts of Local Manners "and Customs. It supplies what 
baa long been wanted, a good and trustworthy History of this Shire, and is indispensable to every 
Topographical Library. 
WARNER \Rev. Richard) Collections for the History of Hampshire, and the 

Bishopric of Winchester: including the Isles of Wight, Jersey, Guernsey and Sarke ; 

with the original Domesday, and Translation, etc., with upwards of GO engravings, 6 vols. 

4to. in 3 ; calf neat, scarce, £12. 12s 1795 
Onlv 250 copies of this valuable work were printed. 
THE NEW FOREST : its History, Scenery, Antiquities, Geology, Botany, and 

Lepidoptera ; by J. R. WISE, third Edition, with new Preface and Corrections by the 

Author, with 63 beautiful illustrations after Walter Crane, by W. J. Linton, and 2 

maps, crown 4to. Large Paper, cloth elegant, gilt edges, 15s 1880 

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The same, with a series of 12 fine photographs inserted ; morocco super-extra, uncut, 

top edges gilt (a very attractive volume), £1. 15s 
The same, ARTIST'S EDITION, printed on Dickinsons hand-made paper, with all the 

original 63 illustrations by Walter Crane, on India paper, and a new series of 12 

beautiful etchings by HEYW00D SUMNER, on Japanese vellum paper, impl. 8vo. 

half morocco gilt, gilt edges, £2. 10s 1883 

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The same, on large paper, 4to. bound in an original manner from a woodland design, 

resembling wooden boards, leathern bade, uncut, top edges gilt, £4. 14s 6d 

Another copy, polished green morocco super-elegant, gold tooled, gilt edges, £8. 8s 

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The above Series oT Twelve Etchings by Heywood Sumner, proofs, in wrapper, 12s 

The same, Signed Artist's proofs on vellum paper, small folio, in portfolio, £2. 2s 

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His book is perfectly beautiful, written in admirable English, full of observation, taste, and gentle 
earning; and the descriptions of scenery are such that they make the heart yearn to verify them." — 
B. D. Blackmore in " Cradock Nowcll." 

HAMPSHIRE : its Past and Present Condition, 
and Future Prospects : an Illustrated History of 
the County: by R. Mudie, with nearly 150 highly 
finished steel plates, fine impressions on India 
jKtper, and coloured maps, 3 vols. impl. 8vo. cloth, 
£2. 2s (pub. £5. 5s) Winchester (1838) 

Vol. 3 contains the Isle of Wight and Channel Islands. 

Nomina Villaeum of the County of South- 
ampton ; or a List of the Divisions, Boroughs, 
etc., published by order of Epiphany Session, 
1791, interleaved and enriched with MS. Notes 
by Sir F. Madden, ivhose autograph is on fly- 
leaf, small 8vo. calf, unknown to Upcolt, extremely 
rare, £3. 3s Romsey (1791) 
Duthy (J.) Sketches of Hampshire, em- 

bracing the Architectural Antiquities, Topo- 
graphy, etc. of Country adjacent to the River 
Itchen, map and views of scats, roval 8vo. cloth 
(slightly spotted), 12s Qd Winchester (1839) 

HAMPSHIRE :— Warner (Rev. R.) Topo- 
graphical Remarks relating to S.W. Hamp- 
shire, with a Descriptive Poem, 2 vols. 8vo. in 
1, half morocco neat, 15s 6d 1793 

History of Southampton, partly from the 

MS. of Dr. Speed, in the Southampton Archives, 
by the Rev. J. Silvester Davies, royal 8vo. 
cloth, top edges gilt, 13s 6<i Southampton, 1883 
The same, Large Paper (only 50 copies so 

printed), 4to. cloth, top edges gilt, £1. 15s 

Book of Accounts of the Wardens of the 

Fraternity of the Holy Ghost in Basingstoke, 
1557-165-4, edited by Canon Millard, 4to. sewn, 
Is 6d Southampton, 1882 

Longcroft (C. J.) Topographical Account 

of the Hundred of Bosmere, including the 
Parishes of Havant, Warblington, and Hayling ; 
with Appendix, map, plates, and cuts, impl. 
8vo. half bound, top edges gilt, 15s 1857 


English Topography, continued: — 


comprising the whole County, from printed Authorities, and Original Records in 
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HISTORY OF, by J. E. CUSSANS, containing an account of the Descents 

of the various Manors, Pedigrees of Families connected with the County, Anti- 
quities, Local Customs, etc., compiled chiefly from original MSS. in the Record 
Office and British Museum, Parish Registers, Local Archives, and Private Col- 
lections, complete in 8 Parts, imperial 4to. sewn, £10. 10s (issued to Subscribers at 
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Landowners ; together with elaborate Pedigrees (126 in all), now for the first time printed. 

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English Toro ;raphy, continued:— 


rIASTED'S HISTORY OF KENT, corrected, enlarged, and continued to the present time 
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WELL Larking, the Public Records, and other sources, edited by HENRY H. DRAKE, 
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He secured the cooperation in his task of his friend the late Rev. Lambert B. Larking, Vicar of Ryarsh, 
himself a well-known collector of information connected with the County. The result of the untiring 
energy of the two friends in their joint investigations was the acquisition of a vast amount of inform- 
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present work is now as a result published, as one complete in itself, but designed, if it meets with success, 
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English Topography, continued:— 


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cloth, 9s Qd Great Yarmouth, 1S47 

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with Gorleston andSouthtown [Descriptive, Hist- 
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cuts of Antiquities, Views, Portraits, and Coats of 
Arms, 3 vols. 4to. hf. russia extra (MS. Additions 
inserted), £3. 12s- 6rf Gt. Yarmouth, 1872-5 


English Topography, continued:— 

MSS., Rare Tracts, etc., as under, 31 vols, post 8vo. brown calf gt., gt. ed., Mr. Trotter 
Brockett's handsome set, with crest in gold on sides, £14. 14s Newcastle-on-Tyne, 181 7-28 
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S. I History of Peterburgh Cathedral, edited 

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rifling and defacing the Cathedral under Oliver Cromwell in 1643. 

Architectural Notices of the Churches 

of the Archdeaconry of Northampton, 47 fine 
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beautiful u-oodcuts by Orlando Jewitt, impl. 
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History and Antiquities of YY eston Fayell, 

by J. Cole, portrait of the Rev. James Hervcy, 
and other p)lates, 8vo. hf. bd. (only 50 copies 
PRINTED), 14« Qd Scarborough, 1827 

The Ruins of Liyeden, with Historical 

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the Gunpowder Plot ; by T. Bell, illustrated, 
4to. seum, 5s 1847 

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on Bells and the Northants Bell Founders, by T. 
North, f.s.a., plates and icoodcuts, crown 4to. 
doth, £1. 10s Leicester, 1878 

NORTHUMBERLAND, Views of, by W. 
Hutchinson [historical and antiquarian] ; with 
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rose ; also Dryburgh and Kelso Abbeys, etc. in 
Scotland], with engravings, also a woodcut by T. 
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Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1778 

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NORTHUMBERLAND. -History and Anti- 
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Newcastle-upon-Tyne ; with" an account of its 
Coal Trade ; by the Rev. John Brand; numerous 
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Richardson (T. M.) Memorials of Old 

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Streets, Bridges, Churches, coal Public Buildings, 
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Richardson (M. A.) Armorial Bearings, 

Inscriptions, etc., in St. Nicholas's Church 
[now Cathedral], Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and 
Chapelries of Gosforth and Cramlington, plates 
and icoodcuts, 2 vols, royal Svo. boards, uncut 
{nice copy), £2. 15s Newcastle, 1820 

Newcastle Tracts, containing the Battle 

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March from Banvick to Newcastle (rep. 1827), and 
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edges, £2. 12s Gd Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1818, etc. 

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thirty-two." From the Hartley Collection. 

Tracts, Broadsides, etc., issued bvthe cele- 

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The ahove is a very tine collection of the publications of this 
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Local Records, etc.). Among the tracts and other papers in the 
volume worthy of mention are part i [all published) of the New- 
castle Literary Magazine. The Sunderland Projectors, a ballad 
reprinted from the unique copy found by Mr. Sykes. The Tin- 
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Sykes's autograph ; also Auction catalogue of his sale, etc. In 
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North Country Tracts, collected by the 

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164S, reprint, 1842; etc. From the Hartley Collection. 

Palmer (W. J.) The Tyne and its Tribut 

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NORTHUMBERLAND. — Synopsis of the 
Newcastle Museum (late the Allan, formerly 
the Tunstall, or Wycliffe Museum) ; with Memoirs 
of Mr. Tunstall and Mr. Allan, and occasional 
Remarks on the Species by them and the Editor, 
G. T. Fox, plates and icoodcuts by T. and R. E. 
Bewick, Svo. bds., £1. 5s Ncwcastle-on-Tyne, 1827 

Bruce (Dr. J. Collingwood) The' Roman 

Wall, an Historical, Topographical, and Descript- 
ive Account, from personal surveys, folding 'maps 
and plates, 8vo. hf. mor., uncut (scarce), £\. 15s 1851 
The same, enlarged edition, with 3 coloured 

maps, 30 large plates, and 250 icoodcuts, 4to, 
large paper, half roan, uncut, top edges gilt 

(VERY SCARCE), £5. 1853 

This very elaborate work on one of the most interesting of 
British Antiquities is especially rare on large paper. 

History of the Parish of Meldon and the 

Township of Rivergreen, by the Rev. J. Hodg- 
son, 4to. LARGE PAPER, sewn (scarce, privately 
printed), 12s 6d Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1828 

Gibson (W. S., f.s.a.) History of the 

Monastery at Tynemouth ; with etched views 
and woodcuts, on India PAPER; the numerous 
large Capitals RICHLY illuminated in gold 
AND COLOURS after originals in Breviaries, Bibles, 
Books of Prayer, etc. together ivith coloured fac- 
similes of Seeds and Documents, and 3 full-page 
ILLUMINATED TITLES, 2 vols, royal 4to. half 
morocco, uncut, £2- 12s Qd Pickering, 1846-7 

Deep learning and religious ardour were never better 
employed than in chronicling the history of that noble monu- 
ment of old English piety Tynemouth Priory. 

Hartshorne's Illustrations of Alnwick, 

Prudhoe, and Warkworth : see under Archi- 
tecture, ante. 

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, Annals of: History 
of the County of Nottingham, including the 
Borough : by Thomas Bailey, map and plates, 
4 vols, super-roy. 8vo. gilt cloth, £1. 14s 6^ (1853) 

From the Hartley collection. 

Raine (Rev. John) History and Antiquities 

of the Parish of Blyth, in the Counties of Not- 
tingham and York ; with Introduction, Notes, and 
Appendix of Documents, plates, royal 4to. cloth, 
£1. 105 1860 

Newark-upon-Trent, History of, its 

Antiquities, Edifices, Public Institutions.Charities, 
Charters, etc., by R. P. Shilton, folding rentals 
a)idplates,2 vols.fcp. Svo. hf el. , lis 6cl Newark, 1820 
Brown (Cornelius) Annals of Newark- 

upon-Trent, comprising the History, Curiosities 
and Antiquities of the Borough, with. Contribu- 
tions by the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, 
engravings and autographs, and nine photographs 
by the Woodbury permanent process from origincd 
drawings by G. Shcppard, 4to. cloth, 15s (pub. 
£1. 106) 1879 

The same, FINE PAPER EDITION (very few 

printed), morocco extra, £1. 10s (pub. £2. 12s 6d) 
OXFORDSHIRE :— Guide to the Architect- 
ural Antiquities in the Neighbourhood of 
Oxford, by J. H. Parker and W. Grey, with 
many fine woodcuts, 8vo. new half mor. (stilted to 
royal 8vo. size), top edges gilt, lO.v 6d Oxford, 1 846 

Selections from the Records of the City 

of Oxford, with Extracts from other Documents 
illustrating the Municipal History : 1509-1583, 
edited by W. H. Turner under the direction of 
It. S. Hawkins (Town Clerk) ; facsimile page 
from the Council Book, royal Svo. half bound, 
uncut, 10s 6d (pub. £1. Is) ' Parker, 1880 

OXFORDSHIRE.— Rimmer (Alfred) Pleas- 
ant Spots round Oxford, with 70 fine illus- 
trations, small 4to. tree-cf. extra, gt. edges, 18s n. d. 

The same, morocco, gilt edges, £1. Is 

Memorials of Oxford, by the Rev. James 

INGRAM, d.d., with a large number of beautiful 
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Orlando Jewitt (slightly foxed, but fine impres- 
sions), 3 vols. 4to. Large Paper, morocco gilt, gilt 
edges, £4. 4s Oxford, 1837 

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£1. 5s ibidem, 1847 

Oxford: Brief Historical and Descript- 
ive Notes, by Andrew Lang, with 10 fine 
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Records of Oxford Founders, with 25 beautiful 
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impl. 4to. cl., uncut, £1. 10s (pub. £6. 10s) 

Oxford, 1828-31 
Worthies of All Souls : Four Centuries 

of English History illustrated from the College 
Archives : by MONTAGU BURROWS, Chichele 
Professor of Modern History, Svo. cloth, 6s 1874 
Register of the Visitors of the University 

of Oxford, 1647-58, with Account of the Univers- 
ity during the Commonwealth, by the same, 4to. 
cloth, 10s Qd Camden Society, 1881 

Remarks on the Novel of "Reginald 

D ALTON," with Extracts illustrative of Life in 
Oxford, plates by N. Whittock, post Svo. boards, 
5s Oxford, 1824 

RUTLANDSHIRE, History and Antiqui- 
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etc., by James Wright, with the scarce Addi- 
tions and MAP, plates and coats of arms, folio, 
old calf gilt, newly rebacked (rare), £4. 4s 1684-7 

SHROPSHIRE, Early History and Anti- 
quities of, by J. Corbet Anderson : describing 
its important British and Roman Remains, Saxon 
and Danish Reminiscences, and History of its 
Forests, Towns, Manors, Abbeys, Churches, 
Castles, and great Baronial Houses ; with the 
Domesday Survey, profusely illustrated, 
thick super-roy. 8vo. cloth, scarce, £2. 2s 1864 

History of Shrewsbury, by H. Owen and 

J. B. Blakeway, with nearly 100 fine engravings 
and woodcuts, 2 vols. 4to. half cloth (RARE), 
£5. 10s 1825 

"A most valuable topographical work." 

SOMERSETSHIRE, History and Antiqui- 
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and numerous engravings of Views, Churches, 
Seats, Baths, Antiquities, Seals, etc., 3 vols, royal 
4to. in 4, half morocco, top edges gilt, nearly new 
(the plates in a separate volume), £11. 15s 

Bath, 1791 

Eyton (Rev. R. W.) Domesday Studies : 

an Analysis and Digest of the Somerset Survey 
(according to theExon Codex), and of the Somerset 
Sheld Inquest of A.D. 1084, numerous tables, 
2 vols. 4to. cloth, 15s (pub. £2. 12s 6d) 1880 

Wells Cathedral : its Foundation, Con- 
stitutional History, and Statutes, illustrated from 
various Records, edited by the Rev. H. E. Rey- 
nolds, Priest- Vicar and Librarian of Exeter 
Cathedral, with numerous icoodcuts, thick crown 
folio, sewn, £1. 12s- 6d 1881 

English Topography, continued: — 


SOMERSETSHIRE:— Bath, The Municipal 
Records of, a.d. 1189 to 1604, by Austin J. King 
and 13. H. Watts, with facsimile of the Charter of 
December 1th, I. Eic. I., chronological list of 
Charters, Crown Grants, Writs, Commissions, etc., 
4to. cloth extra, Ss (1885) 

Answers to Inquiries respecting Frome 

Selwood, by the Editor of the Imperial Cyclo- 
paedia and the Imperial Gazetteer : by T. BUNN ; 
Frome, 1851— Letter on the Affairs "of the Poor 
of Frome, for the Information of H.M. Commis- 
sioners : with Observations on the Extinction of 
Pauperism, etc., 1851 — 8vo. cloth, os 6d 1851 

Monastic Remains of the Religious Houses 

at WlTHAM, Bruton, and Stavordale, collected 
by Sir R. Colt Hoare, with numerous plates 
(presentation copy from the Author, with Auto- 
graph), 4to. boards (only 50 copies printed), 
£3. 10s Privately Printed, Frome, 1824 

and Gloucestershire ; — History of 

Bristol, Civil and Ecclesiastical, including 
Biographical Notices of eminent and distinguished 
Natives, by J. Corry and the Rev. J. Evans, 
engravings, 2 vols, royal 4to. in one, LARGE paper, 
new half red morocco extra, uncut, top edges gilt, 

FINE COPY, £3. 155 1816 

■ Barrett (W.) History and Antiquities of 

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Rowley Poems and engraved facsimiles], large 
plan and numerous plates, 4to. fine copy in russia 
extra, joints, and gilt edges {from Mr. Beckford's 
collection), £2. 2s Bristol, 1789 

Rogers (Rev. H., Vicar) The Calendars 

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the History of the Calendars of All Saints', 
Bristol, frontispiece, post 8vo. boards, Is 6d 

Bristol, 1846 

Blagdon Deeds, a very large collection of 

Parchment Documents, Agreements (some of very 
large size), etc. etc., relating to the Manor of Blag- 
don and Sturdon, and tv Churchy 11, Clifton, 
Croscomb, Iron Acton, Shepton Mallctt, Wells, etc. 
etc., neatly folded and sewn on guards, in one 
thick vol. atlas 4to. calf neat, lettered Blagdon 
Deeds etc., a very rare collection, £7. 7s 

circa 1543-1793 

STAFFORDSHIRE, Collections for a 
History of : edited by the William Salt 
Archaeological Society, 4 vols, royal Svo. cloth 
{with some additional cuttings and MS. Notes 
inserted), £5. 10s Birmingham, 1880-3 

Niven (W., Architect) Illustrations of Old 

Staffordshire Houses, 21 etchings, with 
Descriptions to each, royal 4to. cloth, £1. lis Qd 

Privately printed, 1882 

Descriptive and Historical Account of 

Dudley Castle and its surrounding Scenery, by 
the Rev. L. Booker, with plates, 8vo. calf gilt, 
10s Dudley, 1825 

History of the ancient Parish of Leek, 

including Horton, Cheddleton, and Ipstones, by 
J. Sleigh : with the Geology of the Neighbour- 
hood by T. Wardle, numerous illustrations, Svo. 
cloth, £1. Is Leek, 1862 

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SUFFOLK, History and Antiquities of, by 
the Rev. Alfred Suckling, with Genealogical 
and Architectural Notices of its Towns and 
Villages, with numerous plates, some COLOURED, 
Arms, woodcuts by Orlando Jewitt, etc., etc., 
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paper, folio (with some loose MS. Xotcs concerning 
it inserted); in old half binding (with Craven 
Orel's book-plate), £3. 3s (1783) 

Proceedings of the Bury and West Suf- 

folk Archaeological Institute, A^ols. 1, 2, 3, 
and first 4 parts of Vol. 4, Svo. with numerous 
plates and pedigrees ; the first 3 vols, bound in 
half broivn morocco, uncut, with Mr. Hartley's 
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Views in Suffolk, Norfolk and Northampton- 
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Descriptions and Memoir by E. W. Bray ley, 14 
beautiful full-page engravings, 8vo. hedf morocco, 
6s 6d 1S06 
Annalls of Ipswiche : the Lawes, Cus- 

tomes, & Government of the same ; collected out 
of ye Records, Bookes and Writings of that 
Towne : by Nath. Bacon, Recorder and Town 
Clark, 1654 : edited by W. H. Richardson, m.a., 
with Memoir by Sterling Westhorp, Mayor, 1884-5, 
photo. -portrait of Bacon, thick royal 4to. cloth, 
£1. 5s "Ipswich, 1884 

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and is already scarce. 

Ipswich : The People's Lamentation for 

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Sermons on John Fairfax and Timothy Wright, 
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Clay (E.) History and Description of Fram- 

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Hawes (R.) History of Framlingham, 

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History and Antiquities of Hengrave. by 

JOHN Gage Rokewode. with fine portraits and 
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Hoare's fine copy, with his crest on the back), 
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Thingoe Hundred, History and Antiquities 

of, by John Gage Rokewode, with map and 84 
plates and vignettes, thick roval 4to. half cedf, 
£2. (pub. £4. 14s 6rf) 1838 

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The Suffolk Garland, or collection of 

Poems, Songs, Tales, Ballads, Sonnets, and Ele- 
gies, illustrative of the Scenery, Manners, Habits, 
etc. of the County, cuts, Svo. calf gilt (neat copy ; 
title slightly defective), scarce, 15s Ipswich, 1818 


English Topography, continued:— 


View of Albury, portrait and map (wants View of Richmond Palace), 5 vols. 1719 — 
Dreams, Apparitions, Knockings, Magick, Converse with Angels and Spirits, etc., 
second edition, with Additions, and Account of Life), plate, 1 vol. 1721 —together 6 vols. 
8vo. russia extra (tender at joints), gilt edges, £15. 15s 1719-21 

MANNING (Rev. Owen) and W. BRAY: HISTORY and ANTIQUITIES of the 

County of Surrey, compiled from the most authentic Historians, Records, and Manu- 
scripts, with a facsimile copy of Domesday for the county, engraved on thirteen plates, and 
upwards of one hundred finely engraved portraits, views, mays, plates of arms, monuments, 
etc, 3 vols, imperial folio, LARGE PAPER (very scarce), newly hound in olive morocco 
super-extra, uncut, top edges gilt (very fine copy), £54. 10s 1804-14 

SUFFOLK.— New Suffolk Garland, a Mis- 
cellany of Anecdotes, Romantic Ballads, Poems 
and Songs, etc., relating to the County; with 
Biographical Notices : compiled hy J. Glyde, 8vo. 
half morocco neat, gilt edges, Is Gd Ipswich, 1866 

Suffolk Stud Book ; a History and 

Register of the County Breed of Cart Horses, 
with folding Tables of Winners, Pedigrees, Sales, 
etc., compiled for the Suffolk Stud Book Associa- 
tion, by H. Biddell, 14 portraits of 'prize winners, 
thick 4to. half calf neat, £1. Diss, 1S80 

SURREY.— Ye Parish of Camerwell, a brief 
account of its History and Antiquities, by W. H. 
Blanch, many illustrations, thick royal 8vo. cloth, 
gilt edges, 10s Gd (pub. £1. Is) 1875 

Croydon Church, Past and Present, by 

J. Corbet Anderson : comprising Monuments 
and Antiquities of the Old Parish Church of St. 
John the Baptist, destroyed by Fire, 1867, with a 
Description of the Structure re-built 1867 69 by Sir 
Gilbert Scott, with 36 exquisite full-page en- 
gravings on steel and wood of 'themagnificent Monu- 
ments, and numerous woodcuts of the Decorations 
both in the Old and Neiv Buildings, drawn by the 
Author, and executed by eminent engravers, folio, 
cl., £2. 5s (pub. for subscribers at £3. Us Gd) 1871 
A few copies of each part separately as follows : — 
I. Monuments and Antiquities of Croydon Old 
Church; II. The Parish Church of St. John 
the Baptist, at Croydon, as it was rebuilt during 
the vears 1867-69 : Each volume folio, cloth, 
£1. 1* (pub. £2. 2s) 

A few copies of the complete work specially 

printed on thick paper, with the capitals 
rubricated, and several plates coloured, 
£3. 3s (pub. £4. 14* Gd) 

Croydon church is not only the finest church in the county 
after St. Saviour's, Southwark, but one of the most beautiful 
examples of Early Perpendicular in England. It also contains 
the remains of the remarkably fine series of monuments of 
Archbishops of Canterbury, of which large and fine views are 
given in the first part of the above work (those in the special 
edition having the elaborate and brilliant colouring carcfully 
reproduced). The whole work is of especial interest to the 

A Short Chronicle concerning the Parish 

of Croydon, by J. Corbet Anderson, with 
plan, illustrations of ancient relics, coins, etc., 
and facsimile of Domesday Book (on Whatman 
paper), 8vo. half vellum, top edges gilt, uncut 
[Subscriber's copy), Is Gd 1882 

The parish of Croydon is one of the largest in England, 
being 36 miles in circumference. 

Old Southwark and its People, by AY. 

Rendle, folding frontispiece and woodcuts, 4to. 

half morocco, very neat, I3s6d Southwark, 1878 
See also under London. 

SURREY.— Brayley (E. YY.) and J. Britton : 
History of Surrey, including its Antiquities, 
Topography, Picturesque Beauties, etc. (the Geo- 
logical portion by Dr. Mantell), with 400 beauti- 
ful steel-engravings and woodcuts, engraved under 
the superintendence of T. Allom, 5 vols, royal 
8vo. in 9 parts, cloth, £4. 4s Dorking, 1841-8 

The same, Large Paper, 5 vols. 4to. cloth, 

uncut [nice fresh copy), £6. 15s (pub. £15. lbs) 1850 

The same, half morocco gilt, gilt edges, £8. 10s 

Another copy, half russia gilt, £8. 15s 

This work is without exception the most beautifully illus- 
trated County History ever published; and it has received the 
highest encomiums for accuracy and research. It is now scarce. 

Lambeth Palace, Concise Account of, 

Historical and Descriptive, by YY. Herbert and 
E. YY. Brayley, with 18 fine copper plates of 
views, details, portraits, etc. (the portraits and 
the stained glass coloured), further illus- 
OF THEM splendid mezzotints), and 8 scarce 
views, folio, large paper, half morocco extra, 
£7. 17s Gd 1806 

The above is an exceptionally fine memorial of the ancient 
home of the Archbishops of Canterbury, collected many years 
ago, illustrating as it does not only the palace itself but most of 
its occupants from its foundation to the present time, and many 
of the prominent men with whom they had to do. 

[Nichols (J.)] The History and Antiquities 

of Lambeth, including Biographical Anecdotes 
of several Eminent Persons, 19 plates, 4to. half 
vellum, £1. 10s Nichols, 1786 

History and Antiquities of Lambeth, by J. 

Tanswell, numerous views, 8vo. cloth, 5s 1858 

Case between Sir YY. Clayton, Bart., and 

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FREER (Miss) History of the Reign of King 
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SHIRE, etc., all in fine state, as follows : — 

HARVEY (John, Gentle/nan) — Londons Lawless 

Liberty ; or A Goznionian partie licensed. Being 

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4t0. SCWn, EXTREMELY BABE, £1. Is 1647 

The name of this writer is as unknown to bibliographers as 

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The Poets Knavery Discovered, in all their 
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Iter Australe Attempting something upon the 
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Four Fugitives Meeting, or The Discourse 

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Sir John Sucklin, and Doctor Roane, as they 
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Cromwell (Oliver), A Coppie of a Letter to he sent 
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Lieut. Gen. Cromwel : and two words for the 
selling of the King. Parliament and Kingdom, 
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t, 164S : together, three most rare and curious 
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FRERE (Right Hon. John Hookham) 
Works in Verse and Prose ; now first collected, 
with a Memoir by his Nephews. W. E. and Sir 
Bartle Frere. ports. 2 thick vols. Svo. hf. cf. gilt 
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FREYTAG (G. ) Die Verlobkne Handscheift, 
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FROUDE (J. A.) Historv of England, from 
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Chronicles of England, France. Spain, and 
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age : had he but had the luck of writing in as good a language 
he might have been immortal ! His locomotive disposition (for 
then there was no other way of learning things), his simple 
curiosity, his religious credulity, were much like those of the old 
Grecian. After him come Monstrelet and Commines." 

FRESHFIELD (D. W.) Travels in the 
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FULLER (Dr. T.) Church History of Britain, 
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the second 26, and the third 71 stanzas. Hibbert's copy of the 
original sold for £6. 6s, and Prince's for £7. 15/. 

A Pisgah Sight of Palestine and the 

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New Testament acted thereon, numerous fine 
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Contents on previous page. 

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BARTOLOZZI AND HIS WORKS, by A. W. TITER, a Biographical and Descriptive 
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BARTOLI (Pietro-Sante) Recueil de Peintures Antiques trouvees A Rome imitees fidele- 

ment, pour les couleurs et le trait ; avec la Description de la Pyramide de Cestius 

par l'Abbe Rive, the numerous plates elaborately and beautifully coloured, 2 vols, royal 

folio, original red morocco extra, yellow edges, nice copy, £42. Paris, Bidot, 1783 

Extremely rare, one hundred copies only having been printed. The Duke of Hamilton's 

copy sold for £80. 

CLAUDE LE LORRAIN,Wo rks op, containing 33 large Views from paintings by this great 
Artist, engraved by T. Major, W. Woollett, F. Vivares, J. Peak, J. Mason, W. Byrne, 
P. C. Canot, J. Browne, J. Fittler, and W. Lowry, Brilliant Impressions, several in 
different states, Unlettered Proofs and Etchings; mounted in a portfolio of tinted 
leaves, elephant folio, half morocco gilt, gilt edges (Mr. Beckford's copy), £22. 10s v. y. 

A Fine Work on American Art. 
ERS : a Series of upwards of 30 very Beauti- 
ful Photogravures, after J. C. Beckwith, E. 
H. Blashfield, T. Pielman, Wyatt Eaton, 
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Millet, etc., etc., plates and text mounted on 
guards throughout ; atlas 4to. printed on plate 
paper ; in elegant white and gold binding, uncut, 
top edges gilt, £5. (pub. £6. 65 nett) 1886 

AMERICAN ETCHINGS : a Collection of 
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rish, Ferris, Smillie and others, with descript- 
ive Text and Biographical Matter by S. R. 
Koehler, Proofs before Letters on Ja- 
panese Paper (only 40 copies so printed), folio, in 
vellum case), £4. 4s Boston, Mass., 1886 

AMERICAN PAINTERS, with 83 examples 
of their work engraved on wood by G. W. Sheldon, 
4to. cloth extra, gilt edges, 15s n. d. 

AMERICAN Art Year Book for 1884, beauti- 
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with 11 Examples of various Graphic Processes, 
Etching, Lithography , Steel-engraving, Albertype, 
Helioty pe, Phototype, and Artotype [sic] ink colours, 
4to. boards (a handsome volume), £1. 55 1884 

ART (L') : Revue hebdomadaire illustree, 
with numerous fine plates and woodcuts, folio, vols. 
1, 2 and 4, each £1. \s 1877 

ART UNION (London) Prize annual, 1847, 
with 53 plates containing 265 fine mezzotints, 
sketched and engraved by H. Melville, folio, half 
bound (a cheap and attractive volume), 18s 1847 

ATKINSON (J. B.) The Schools of Modern 
Art in Germany, with <&fine etchings and other 
illustrations, royal 4to. cloth, gilt edges, 15s 6d 
(pub. £1. lis 6d) 1880 

BAILLIE (Capt.) Etchings and Prints after 
Paintings and Drawings by the Great Masters, 
100 fine plates, including many fine Mezzotints, 
impl. folio, russia extra, gilt edges, £5. 5s 

Boydell, v. y. 

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G. Dow.. Teniers, Poussin, Terburg, and other old Masters. 

BEAUTIFUL Pictures by British Art- 
ists, 1800-1870; the two series, 33 high- 
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stable, Turner, Landseer, Faed, Goodall, Horslcy, 
Paton, etc., with Notices by S. Armytage, 2 vols, 
impl. 4to. morocco extra, gilt edges, £4. 4s 1870-5 

BIDA'S ETCHINGS :— The Book of Ruth : 
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with the French Text elegantly printed, impl. folio, 
gilt cloth, £1. 8s (pub. £2.) Paris, 1876 

BIDA'S ETCHINGS :— The Book of Tobit : 
14 large and magnificent plates, besides vignettes, 
ivith the French Text elegantly printed, impl. folio, 
gilt cloth, £3. 3s Paris, 1880 

■ The Song of Songs (English text of the 

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original designs by Bida, Proofs on India Paper, 
folio, half roan extra, gilt edges (only 250 copies 
printed), £3. 3s 1886 

The Four Gospels :— 

I. St. Matthew, 41 etchings. 
II. St. Mark, 24 etchings. 

III. St. Luke, 40 etchings. 

IV. St. John, 27 etchings. 

The Authorized Versions, beautifully printed in 
large type within red lines, and illustrated ivith 132 
exquisite full-page etchings, after drawings made 
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antique elegant, gilt edges, £9. 9s n. d. 

This splendid series of Etchings after the designs of M. 
Bida far surpasses anything of the kind yet published, and may 
be said to inaugurate a new era in Biblical illustration. 

BLAKE (William) Sublime Works : Songs of 
Innocence and of Experience ; Book of Thel ; 
Visions of the Daughters of Albion ; America, a 
Prophecy ; Europe, a Prophecy ; The First Book 
of Urizen ; Song of Los ; reproduced in facsimile 
from the excessively rare original editions, 1789-94: 
printed like them, on one side only, and on hand- 
made paper of uniform size, 1 vol. folio, halfmor., 
uncut, top eel. gt., £5. 5s Privately printed, 1876 

One Hundred Copies only have been reproduced. The 
extraordinary- beauty and rarity of these works are well known. 

Ten Etchings from the Works of, by W. 

Bell Scott, beautifully printed on India Paper, 
with descriptive Text, royal folio, half boards, 
£1. Is 1878 

BONINGTON (R. P.) : A Series of Subjects 
from his Works, drawn on stone by J. D. Hard- 
ing, 22 plates on India paper, impl. 4to. boards, 
£1. 15s 1829-30 

** Except in the case of Mr. Harlowe, I have never known in 
my own time the early death of talent so promising and so 
rapidly and obviously improving." — Sir Thomas Lawrence on the 
death of Bonington. 

CABINET de Boyer d'Aguilles : Recueil 
d'Estampes d'apres les Tableaux des Peintres les 
plus Celebres, 118 fine large engravings by Code- 
mans, etc. (decrit par J. P. Mariette), brilliant 
impressions of the plates before the num- 
bers, BOTH PARTS COMPLETE, atlas folio, veau 
fauve, £24. Paris, 1744 

This tine collection comprises some splendid pictures of the 
great Masters of the Italian, Dutch, and French Schools, includ- 
ing Raphael, Correggio, Titian, Caracci,Guido, Rubens, Vandyck, 
Teniers, Poussin, Le Sueur, etc. 


Gkand Galleries of Pictures, continued :— 

CABINET de Choiseul ; Recueil d'Estampes 
gravees d'apres les Tableaux du Cabinet de Mon- 
seigneur le Due de Choiseul, the complete scries 
of 130 fine engravings by Basan from these famous 
pictures, fine original impressions, royal 4to. 
green morocco super-extra, gilt edges, by J. Wright, 
£13. 10* Paris, 1770 

CABINET de Poullain, containing 120 beau- 
tiful engravings by Basan and others, after the 
Old Masters, original and brilliant impres- 
sions, with Descriptions, royal 4to. in the original 
mottled cf, gt. back {SCARCE), £10. 10s Paris, 1781 

Another fine copy, green morocco super-extra, 

gilt edges, by J. Wright, £11. lis , 
The above collections have always been famous for the 
choice pictures of the Dutch school which they contain, en- 
graved under the direction of the celebrated Basan. The above 
copies are uniformly bound, and in nice condition. 

CALLOT :— Miracoli e Grazie della Santissima 

Nunziata di Firenze, descritti da J. A. Lottini, 

with fine impressions of the plates by C ALLOT, sm. 

4to. red morocco extra, leather joints, gilt edges, by 

Kalthoebcr ; an elegant specimen of his binding, in 

perfect condition, £5. 10s s. I. ed a. {Firenze, 1619) 

Mr. Beckford's copy, with reference by him to an 

engraving of the guillotine on page 209. This copy is one of the 

few issued before the place and date were engraved on the title. 

It formerly belonged to Floncel, who has written on the fly-leaf : 

" Doppo una ricerca di 30 anni ho finalmente trovato questo libro 

rarissimo." Callot's tine plates depict a variety of scenes in 

which sufferers after having implored in vain all other help 

divine and human have obtained relief from the Blessed Virgin. 

CASTELLANI Collection : a Series of 20 
Photographs by Stephen Thompson, selected 
and described by C. T. Newton, impl. folio, 
cloth, £1. Is (pub. £3. 3s) 1874 

CENTURY GUILD Hobby Horse, Vol. 1, 
illustrated with mezzotint and other engravings, 
4to. half vellum, 12s Qd 1886 

A limited number of Proofs of the illustration have been 
printed on Japankse Paper : each 10s 6d. 

Subjects: The Entombment, by Madox Brown : Two Car- 
toons of Stained Glass by D. G. Rossetti : Mask of Blake : the 
Angel of Death crowning the Angel of Innocence : the Lady 
and Swan. 

CHAUVEL (Theophile), Fourteen Proof 
Etchings by, on India paper, with Preface by 
J. Comyns Carr, royal folio, white vellum gilt, 
£3. 3s (subscription price £5. 5s) (1881) 

These beautiful Etchings are after Pictures by Old dome, 
Rousseau, Corot, Diaz, Boulenger, Daubigny, De Gegerfeldt, 
Van Marke, Jacomin, Vevrassat, and Guillemet. 

CLAUDE, Watteau and CANALETTO : a series 
of 25 coloured lithographic plates, containing 
figures and groups from Pictures in England by 
them, arranged by S. Bendixen, mounted on 
cardboards, impl. folio, in half morocco portfolio, 
£3. 3s ' Colnaghi, 1841 

COESVELT Gallery of Pictures, with Intro- 
duction by MRS. Jameson ; with 90 engravings in 
outline by Joubert, after Salvator Rosa, Poussin, 
Dominichino, Titian, da Vinci, Rubens, etc. etc., 
royal 4to. half mor. extra, at. ed., £1. lis Qd 1836 

CONTEMPORARY ART, 30 etchings and 
Chromolithographs after the original Pictures by 
Eminent Artists of the present day, with explana- 
tory Text, folio, elegantly bound, gilt edges, 15s Qd 
(pub. £2. 2s) 1876 

Contains Pictures by Masson, Hddouin, Cicdri, Hanoteau, 
Mongin, De"sandre", Hamon, Mes, Flameng, Benoist, etc. 

14 etchings from representative Works by living 
English and Foreign Artists, edited with Critical 
Notes by J. COMYNS CARE, imp], folio, cloth 
extra, 17s Qd 1878 

& CO., 136, STRAND. 

COPPER-PLATES (Curious) : — Breugel 
(P. ) Toonneel des wereldts, in verse, with illus- 
trations on copper and a very singular frontis- 
piece by VlSSCHER, oblong 4to. calf neat, from 
Sir Francis Freeling's library, with bookplate 
{good clean copy), £2. 2s Weesp, 1658 

DALZIEL'S Bible Gallery, 62 illustrations 
from the Old Testament, from original Drawings 
by famous English Artists, Proofs ON India 
Paper, 4to. vellum extra, £1. 15s 1881 

DAFFORNE (J.) The Albert Memorial in 
Hyde Park, its History and Description, with 16 
fine steel engravings of the Statuary, etc., royal 
4to. cloth extra, gilt edges, 10s Qd n. d. 

DEUCHAR (A.) Etchings, after eminent 
Masters of the Dutch and Flemish Schools, par 
ticularly Rembrandt, Ostade, Bega, and Van Vliet, 
with a few by himself, 367 very fine etchings, 
original impressions, mounted in 2 volumes, folio, 
morocco extra, gilt edges (SCARCE), £6. 10s 1803 

The original impressions of these tine etchings are very 
difficult to procure, and are vastly superior to the re-issue of 
the collection which is often met with. 

DRAWINGS in the Royal Collection at 
Windsor Castle, 20 facsimiles after Michel 
Angelo, Raphael, Leonardo and other Masters, 
with Descriptions by B. B. Woodward, f.s. a., 
4to. cloth, 8s Qd (pub. £1. 5s) 1870 

DRESDEN Gallery (Royal), nearly 150 
beautiful and highly finished engravings after 
Claude, Correggio, Guido, Raphael, Rembrandt, 
Rubens, etc. etc., with Descriptions, 2 vols. 4to. in 
one, half morocco extra, gilt edges, £1. 8s (1852) 

DUSSELDORFF, Galerie Electorale de, 
par N. de Pigage, 30 large plates comprising 365 
Pictures by the Great Masters, beautifully en- 
graved by C. de Michel, fine original impressions, 
with copious Descriptions, 2 vols, oblong folio in 
one, russia gilt, £1. 18s Qd Basle, 1778 

DURER (Albert) The Little Passion, repro- 
duced in facsimile by W. C. Prime, 37 plates, 
4to. half bound, 13s Qd 1870 


ENGLISH ART in the Public Galleries of 
London (National Gallery, S. K. M., and 
National Portrait Gallery), edited by T. 
Humphry Ward, m. a., assisted by W. Armstrong, 
G. H. Boughton, A.R.A., Austin Dobson, A. W. 
Hunt and others, handsomely printed on Dutch 


Goupil AND Co., Parts 1-12 {to be completed in 15 
parts), impl. folio, in portfolios (only lOOO copies 
in all printed), £12. 

Purchasers of the above ivork must engage to take the remaining 
3 parts at the net price of £\ each. 

ENGLISH Painters of the Present Day: 
Essays by J. B. Atkinson, S. Colvin, P. G. 
Hamerton, W. M. Rossetti, and Tom Taylor, with 
12 photographs after original drawings, 4to. cloth 
extra, gilt edges, 10s Qd (pub. £1. Is) 1881 

ENGRAVINGS :— Twenty Proof Impres- 
sions of Engravings originally published in the 
English Illustrated Magazine, 4to. in silk 
portfolio, 13s 1884 

ENGRAVINGS after the Best Pictures of the 
GREAT Masters, dedicated by command to her 
Majesty, 20 fine large plates, with Descriptions in 
English and French, impl. folio, half morocco, giti 
edges, £1. 10s (pub. £5. 5s) Edinburgh (1842) 


Grand Galleries of Pictures, continued :— 


CRANE (Walter) : " The First of May," a Fairy Masque, illustrated by 57 'designs, printed by 
the photo-gravure process, in exact facsimile of the original drawings by Walter Crane ; 
Proofs on India Paper, imperial folio size, in portfolio, £3. 3s (pub. £6. 6s) 1881 

The same, First Proofs on India Paper, atlasfolio size , in portfolio, £5. 5s(pub. £10.105) 

*** Copies in various sumptuous binding's, forming handsome presents, kept in stock. 

By this process the engravings are hardly to be detected from the drawings themselves. No descrip- 
tion would realize the variety of subjects, and the wide range of Mr. Crane's pencil, nor the felicity 
with which each of the characters, human and semi-human, is drawn and individualized. Men, women, 
boys, girls, fairies, demons, elves, imps, beasts, birds, and even insects, all figure before us — singing, 
dancing, hying, joyous or sad, in each scene of the masque. All is May and Fairyland. 

Opinions of the Press. 

" ' The First of May ' is a grand art-work, and bids fair to be the book not only of this but many 
another season. It is unique in character, unsurpassed and unsurpassable in beauty, and one of the 
most exquisite and choice that an artist-mind could conceive, or enlightened and liberal-minded publishers 
carry out. It will be a treasure — ' a thing of beauty ' that will be ' a joy for ever ' — to those who are 
fortunate enough to secure copies. These should be at once applied for." — The Reliquary. 

" 'The First of May 'is a work full of tender feeling, and perfect in composition. The artist's 
smaller figures, his children, are delightful. What could be prettier than the little group around the 
maypole, No. III., or the busy elves making ' the spring's green wave break o'er the fields ' ? And how 
successful, too, he is in his delineation of the half -animal, half -human creature, which, though somewhat 
sparingly, he has introduced ; two groups on Sheet XXXVIII. are not unworthy of Wilhelm Von Kaul- 
bach or of Grandville. " — Academy. 

a grand series of works on art. 
ART; the complete collection, as under:— 

Antiquttes d'HERCCLANUM, avec les Explications Monuments Inedits de VAntiquite, expliques 

par Sylvain Marechal, containing 864 engravings par Winckelmann, grave* par David et Made- 

of Etruscan and Greek Art, forming a complete moiselle Sibire, avec des Explications Francaises 

picture of Life amongst the Ancients, 12 vols. par A. F. Desodoards, 20S plates in bistre {some 

1780-1803 coloured), 3 vols. 1809 

Axtiquites Etrusques, Grecques et Romaines, Histoire de France, avec un Precis historique par 

ou les plus beaux \ ases Etrusques, Grecs, et l'Abbe Guvot, 140 plates in bistre, 5 vols. 1787-96 

Remains ; avec leurs Explication, par D'Hancar- HlsT0IRE d'ANGLETERRE, representee par figures, 

ville about 3o0 curious coloured engravings accompagnees d'un Precis historique (par Le 

a,° ' j v i T7 v • 1/b '" 6 Tourneur etc.), Ill plates in bistre, 3 vols. 1794-1800 

Museum de Florence, avec des Explications par * 

F. Mulot. exhibiting several thousand Engraved Histoire deRussiE, representee par figures, accom- 

Gems, Statues, Medals, and Paintings, 636 plates pagnees d'un Precis historique par Blin de Sain- 

in bistre, 8 vols. 1787-1803 move, 48 plates in bistre, 3 vols. 1799-1S05 

Histoire de France sous EEmpire de Napoleon, Loges du Vatican, d'apres des Tableaux de 

representee en figures, 12 plates in bistre, 6 vols. Raphael accompagnees du Texte explicatif de la 

in 3 (rare) 1813 I Sainte-Bible, 20 plates in bistre, 1 vol. 1S08 

— Too ETHER 46 vols. 4to. in 43, bound in the original French marbled calf, gilt edges, 
uniform {a few plates wanting), £16. 16s Paris, 1780-1813 

ENGRAVINGS :— Discours du Bon et Loial 
Subjet de la Grande Bretagne, a la Reyne de ce 
Pays (Henrietta Maria) touchant la Paix et 
Affaires d'iceluy, autograph letter from W. Smith 
to Dr. Bandinel, congratulating him on the posses- 
sion of the complete volume, inserted, small 4to. 
russia extra, gilt edges, from the libraries of Dr. 
Bandinel and Mr. Addington, £5. 5s 

Paris, chez M. Mettaier, 1648 

A very scarce volvme, having large oval portraits of 
Charles II. when Prince of Wales, and Henrietta Maria, with 
[ten lines of Verse in French underneath each, no engraver's 
yiame. Also, three Folding Plates. I. The King sitting in 
the Upper House, surrounded by his Great Officers xx in 
State. II. The King in the Lower House of Parliament with 
tan Assemblage of Members. III. The Order of the Convoca- 
tion and the House of Assembly, in two compartments. 
Pages 34-5-6 are occupied with a Letter, written in English, 
a.i). 1468, by Adolphus, son of Otho the Great, Duke of Saxony, in 
which he bitterly complains of his Mother-in-LaW's 
actions. On the fly-leaf is pasted down the very rare frontis- 
piece to the "Annual World and Sacred Poems," by Edward 
Browne, engraved by John Droeshout. The present is a volume 
kvhich would form a yaluable addition to any collection of 
historical prints or books. 

ETCHING CLUB : 43 beautiful etchings on 
India Paper, by PcEdgraye, Townshend, 
Creswick, Cope, Horslev, Bell, Herbert, 
Webster, etc., mounted on drawing paper, 4 vols, 
royal 4to. doth, very scarce, £7. 10* 1837 etc. 

— (Junior) -.—Passages from Modern Eng- 
lish Poets, illustrated by the Junior Etching 
Club, 47 etchings, Proofs on India Paper, folio, 
cloth, gilt edges, £2. os 1862 
The same, on large paper, proofs on 

India Paper before all letters, folio, half 
bound, gilt edges, £4. 4s 
Another copy, morocco extra, gt. ed., £5. 10s 

The Artists in this beautiful volume are Harwell, Viscount 
Bury, Clark, Clayton. Lord G. Fitzgerald, Gale, Keene, Lawless, 
Lewis, Marks, Millais, Moore. Oakes, Powell, Rossiter, Severn, 
Sleigh, Smalltield, Tenniel, Whaite, and Whistler. 

— - — Passages from the Poems of Thomas 
Hood, illustrated by the Junior Etching Club 
in a seines of 34 exquisite plates, all INDIA 
proofs before letters, by J. Tenniel, Sir John 
Millais, P. Powell, C. Rossiter, etc., ^olio, half 
morocco, top edges gilt, scarce, £3. 15* 1858 


Grand Galleries of Pictures, continued : — 

FLORENCE, GALERIE de, et du PALAIS PITTI, Vols. 1-3, containing 300 engravings, 

brilliant original impressions, with Descriptions, 3 vols, imperial folio in 2, half 

russia, uncut, £16. 16s Paris, 1789-1804 

Though the above copy consists of only Vols. 1 to 3 (out of 4 vols.), the best pictures are contained 

in it, and the beauty of the impressions is unequalled. The Florence Gallery is allowed to he the 

most capital collection in Europe. 

ETCHINGS :— Daumont (E.) Souvenirs des 
Bains de Wattwiller (Alsace), a series of 10 
beautiful etchings, Proofs BEFORE LETTERS, 
on India paper, with Introduction by E. 
Siebecker, folio, £1. 10s Paris, 1878 

L'Eau-Forte en 1874, 30 original and in- 

edited Etchings, by Lalanne, Leon Lhermitte, 
Yon, A. Legros, and other most distinguished 
Artists; with Text by P. Burty, impl. folio, in 
portfolio, £2. 2s Paris, 1874 

— Le Livre d'Or du Salon de Peinture et de 

Sculpture: Catalogue Descriptif des ceuvres re- 
compensees et des principales oouvres hors Con- 
cours, redige par G. Lafenestre, with 16 fine 
etchings by Damman, Flameng, Gaucherel, 
Lalauze, Yon, etc., impl. 8vo. half morocco gilt, 
gilt edges, 10s 6d Paris, 1881 

Twenty Etched Examples of Paintings 

Old and New, with Notes by J. W. Mollett, 
B.A., folio, cloth, lis 6d 1885 

The same, Edition de Luxe, printed on 

Large Handmade' Paper, royal folio, half 
morocco, top edges gilt, 1 6s 

and ENGRAVINGS :— Carracci (An- 

nibale) Livre de Portraiture, 2me Partie, 38 
plates only, including the engraved title contain- 
ing a portrait of Carracci, Paris, s. d. —-Upwards 
of fifty etchings by Della Bella of heads, land- 
scapes, figures and buildings, fine early impres- 
sions, in a volume, folio, old binding, from the 
ancient Petre collection, £2. 2s n. d. 

ETTY (W. M., R.A.), Pictures by, with descrip- 
tions and a Biographical Sketch by W. Cosmo 
Monkhouse, 4to. cloth, lis Gel (pub. £1. Is) n. d. 


reproduced in Autotype from the best engravings, 
16 very large and beautiful plates, with Descriptive 
Text, impl. folio, cloth, £1. 10s (pub. £2. 2s) 1879 

FLAXMAN (J.) Classical Compositions, 
illustrating Homer (Iliad and Odyssey) and 
iEschyius, 104 beautiful outline plates by Piroli, 
Blake, Parker, etc., fine early impressions, 3 
vols. ob. fol. bds. uncut, SCARCE, £2. 10s 1795-1805 

Compositions from Dante's Hell, Purga- 
tory and Paradise, 112 beautiful outline plates by 
Piroli, with Quotations and Translations to each 
plate, royal 4to. half calf gilt, £2. 2s 1807 
Compositions from Homer's Odyssey, 

34 outline engravings by Parker and Neagle, 
oblong folio, old boards, £1. Is 1805 

New edition, folio, boards, 10s Qd (pub. 

£1. l.s) 1870 

Compositions from the Works and Days, 

and Tlieogony of Hesiod, 37 beautiful outlines 
engraved {in the dot manner), under Flaxman's 
in pection, by W. BLAKE {slightly stained), oblong 
folio, boards, 15s 1817 

" Flaxman's unequalled compositions from Homer.^Eschylus 
and lhsiod, have long been the admiration of Europe." 

FLAXMAN (J.) Drawings in the Gallery of 
University College, London, autotype repro- 
ductions from the original frames in 32 large 
plates, each containing severed figures, with Des- 
criptions and Introduction by Sidney Colvin, 
impl., folio, in half morocco portfolio, £4. 4s 1876 

GALERIE Generale des Peintres, ou Col- 
lection des Portraits, Biographies, et Dessins des 
Peintres les plus celebres de toutes les j^coles : 
par Chabert, containing upwards of 120 copies 
of Paintings and as many Portraits of Painters, 
finely executed in lithography, 3 vols. impl. folio, 
handsomely bound in morocco extra, £14. 10s 

Paris, 1822-36 

Published at £2$ without the binding, which alone cost £12. 

GONCOURT (Jules de), Eaux-Fortes de, 
avec Notice et Catalogue de son CEuvre, par P. 
Burty, twenty fine etchings, besides wood-engrav- 
ings, folio, in portfolio {only 202 printed in all), 
£2. 2s (pub. £4. 10s) Paris, 1876 

GOYAY LUCIENTES (F.) Los Toros : a 
Series of 33 Etchings by that brutal and eccen- 
tric Artist, illustrative of the horrible practice of 
Bull -Fighting, proofs before letters, oblong 
folio, mounted on thick paper and bound in a 
handsome volume, impl. folio, new half morocco 
extra, gilt edges, £8. 10s Madrid, s. a. 

In the "Portfolio" for June, 1879, will be found an ac- 
count, by Mr. Hamerton, of that " monster of immorality, 
impudence, and ingratitude," the Spanish artist Goya. It must, 
however, be confessed that he is the most original genius of 
modern Spain. Certainly more remarkable manifestations of 
inventive power have never been given to the world. 

HADEN (P. Seymour), Descriptive Cata- 
logue of the Etched Works of, by Sir W. R. 
Drake, royal 8vo. cloth, \2s Qd 1880 

HAMILTON (Gavin) Schola Italica 
PlCTURvE, 38 large and beautiful engravings by 
Volpato, from famous pictures by the Italian 
Masters, fine original impressions, atlas folio, 
red mor. extra, joints, gt. ed. , £8. 10s Romce, 1773 

Contains some splendid Pictures by Michael Angelo, 
Raphael, Titian, Carracci, Guido, Parmigiano, Dominichino, etc. 

HAMILTON PALACE Collection; Cata- 
logue of the splendid Effects as sold by Auction 
by Messrs. Christie, Manson, and Woods, in June 

and July, 1882, with NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS 

of the more remarkable Objects, and the Price 
and purchaser's name of every article, printed 

Oil THICK RIBBED PAPER, 4tO. cl., £1. IsQd 1882 
The aggregate of the Seventeen Days' Sale was £397, 562. os 6d. 

HARDING (J. D.) Elementary Art, or the 
Use of the Lead Pencil advocated and explained, 
ivith nearly 30 fine plates, studies of Trees, Land- 
scapes, etc. {by Landseer and Briggs), folio, cloth, 
£1. Is Tilt, 1838 

Lessons on Art, second edition, and the 

Guide and Companion to the same, numerous 
illustrations, 2 vols. impl. 8vo. cloth, £1. 3s 

Day and Son (1854) 
Lessons on Art, second edition, with 48 

lithographic plates and 103 woodcuts, impl. 8vo. 

cloth, 135 6c/ 

Another copy, in parts as issued , 16s 


Brand Galleries of Pictures, continued:— 


ETCHING and ETCHERS, First Edition, w ith 35 beautiful etchings by or after Seymour 
Hade?i, Cope, Lalanne, Rembrandt, Paul Potter, the Author, and others, impl. 8vo. in the 
original half binding as issued, edges gilt over red (very rare), £9. 5s 1868 

Second Edition, with 12 etchings by the author {except one by Lalanne), large 8vo. 

half morocco extra, uncut, top edges gilt, as good as new, scarce, £3. 10s 1876 

Third Edition, with 48 beautiful etchings (different from those in previous editions) 

after Seymour Haden, Ruysdael, Vandyke, Claude, Meryon, Lalanne, Rembrandt, Paul 

Potter, Hamerton, and others, 4to. roxburghe, uncut (scarce), £5. 5s InSO 

But 1000 copies of this edition were printed, and it lias already become scarce. The Text has been 

thoroughly revised and increased by one-fifth. It contains forty-eight plates, not one of which has 

tppeared in cither of the tiro preceding editions. These plates have been selected with great care, and 

ire either very well preserved old coppers (all which were in the least worn having been rejected), or else 

lew plates produced on purpose for this edition. The old Masters are represented by Heliogravures 

executed by M. Amand-Durand, and the closest reproductions which can be obtained. Living Masters 

ire represented by original plates. 

rHE GRAPHIC ARTS : a Treatise on the Varieties of Drawing, Painting and 
Engraving, in comparison with, each other and with Nature ; with 54 Illustrations after 
Ancient and Modem Mastei's ; comprising Drawings after Raphael, Maclise, Turner, Sir 
F. Leighton, Mulready, J. D. Harding, etc., reproduced in facsimile; Woodcuts after 
Holbein, JDilrer, Beivick, Titian and others; Etchings, etc., after Hollar, Rembrandt, 
Holt, Hurst, etc., ivith Line Engravings of Dilrer, Delanne, Visscher, Strange and others, 
reproduced in facsimile, colunibier 8vo. half bound, £o. 1882 

Another copy, large paper, with Proof Impressions on India Paper, imperial 4to. 

elegantly bound in ivhite vellum, uncut, £13. 13s 
The plates are executed in the following styles : — Pen-and-ink, Pen with wash, Silver-point, Silver- 

3oint and Chalk, Lead-pencil, Black Chalk, Brown Chalk, Black and White Chalk, Black and Red 

Jhalk, Black, White, and Red Chalk, Charcoal, Indian Ink, Sepia, Tinted Drawing. Woodcut Etching, 

Dry Point, Soft-ground Etching, Line, Stipple and Line, Stipple, Aquatint, Mezzotint, and Lithograph. 

[jANDSCAPE, consisting of a Series of Chapters or Essays on Landscape in Nature, 

Literature and Art; illustrated by 50 very beautiful etchings, engravings, etc., impl. 4to., 

Large Paper, with proof impressions of the illustrations on India Paper ; bound in gilt 

parchment, quite uncut (a cheap copy), £7. 7s 1885 

In this very interesting volume will be found illustrations of the works of Claude, Corot, David Cox, 

i r an Eyck, Heywood, Hardv, Hobbema, Colin Hunter, Sir Edwin Landseer, Linnell, Samuel Palmer, 

md other famous Landscape Painters. 
Only 500 copies were printed for sale. 

PARIS in Old and Present Times, with special reference to changes in its Architecture and 
Topography, 12 5ea?</ 'if ully etched 'plates and many other illustrations, i ol. cl . gt . ed ,16s 6d 1886 

Mr. Hamerton's new work, just published: 

rHE SAONE ; a Summer Voyage, with one hundred and forty-eight illustrations by 
Joseph Pennell and the Author, and four maps, crown 4to. cloth extra, uncut, 17s 6d 1887 

Large Paper Edition, on thick paper, 4to. half morocco, uncut, top edges gilt (only 

250 copies printed for sale), £2. 2s 

3ARDING (J. D.) Picturesque Selections: 
30 very fine lithographs on tinted paper, like chalk 
drawings, mounted, royal folio, hf. mar. neat, 
nearly new, £4. 15s (1S61) 

' Principles and Practice of Art, with 24 

large progressive plates, and numerous illustra- 
tions on wood, many being landscapes etc. of 
considerable beauty, impl. 4to. cl., £2. 18s 6d 1845 

New edition, impl. 4to. cloth, £1. 15s 1876 

Lessons on Trees, sixth edition, with finely 

executed progressive plates adapted to young 
Artists, roy. 4to. cloth, £1. 15s n. a. 

3AYTER (C.) Introduction to PERSPECTIVE, 
Practical Geometry, Drawing and Painting, etc., 
with fine portrait, coloured plates and wood- 
engravings, Svo. cloth, 10s Qd 1845 

IAYTER (Sir G., r.a.) Original Etchings, 
46 plates of Portraits, Compositions, etc., ON 
INDIA PAPER, folio, half bound, £1. 8s 1879 


HOGARTH (W.) Illustrated by John 
Ireland, with 92 accurately engraved plates, 
also the two suppressed ones, excellent impressions ; 
also the Supplement, Hogarth Illustrated from 
his original MSS., with 44 engravings, together 
3 vols. Svo. contemporary crimson morocco gilt, 
gilt edges, in good condition, £4. 17s 6d 1791-8 

Illustrated from his own Manuscripts, 

• by John Ireland, upwards of 130 engravings 
from his Pictures by Dent, with copious De- 
scriptions and Anecdotes, 3 vols, royal Svo. 
scored russia gilt {good clean copy), £2. 5s" 1806-12 

Biographical Anecdotes of : with a de- 
scriptive Catalogue of his Works, chronologically 
arranged (by J. Nichols), third edition, enlarged, 
8vo. half calf neat, 8s Nichols, 1785 

Another copy, calf {rubbed), 8s Qd 


Grand Galleries of Pictures, continued: — 


HOGARTH'S WORKS : 90 singularly fine Engravings, by Hogarth, including the two 
suppressed plates and the plates in their FIRST, SECOND, and THIRD States, 
with numerous Variations, also the Alterations made by Hogarth ; the whole neatly 
fastened (by two corners only) on stout paper, forming an atlas folio volume, calf extra, 
gilt edges, £38. 10s 1733-64 

To point out all the features of this set of Hogarth would require an Essay occupying too much space 
in this catalogue, hut it may suffice to mention that it contains the crux of Hogarthian collections, the 
March to Finchley, with the dedication to the King of Prussia, spelt Prusia ; the Harlot's Progress, with 
«i variation in Plate I. ; the Rake's Progress, with several curious variations, etc. 

"The scarceness of the good impressions of Hogarth's larger works is in a great measure owing to 
their having been pasted on canvas or hoards, to he framed and glazed for furniture. There were few 
people who collected his prints for any other purpose at their first appearance. The majority of these 
sets being hung up in London houses have been utterly spoiled by smoke. Since foreigners have learned 
the value of the same performances, they have also been exported in considerable numbers. Wherever 
a taste for the fine arts has prevailed, the works of this great master are to be found. I am credibly 
informed the Empress of Russia lias expressed uncommon pleasure in examining such genuine representa- 
t ions of English manners : I have seen a set of cups and saucers, with the Harlot's Progress painted on 
them in China, about the year 1739." — John Nichols. 

This copy has been bound from a set which has not been framed, which accounts for their fine state 
and freshness. Nearly all have the prices engraved upon them, and, with one or two exceptions, are 
all dated, and have Hogarth's name engraved in the usual place. 

HOGARTH Illustrated, by John Ireland, 

with 88 copper plates of his best works, super- 
royal 8vo. new cloth, imcut, 10s 6d 1884 

Works, moralized by Dr. Trusler, new 

and revised edition, 159 plates engraved by Cooke 
and Davenport, 2 vols. 4to. smooth morocco gilt, 
gold borders, gilt edges, £2. 5s 1824 

Works Moralized, with Moral Applica 

tions, by Dr. Trusler, numerous engravings ; 
with Priced List of prints to be had of Mrs. 
Hogarth at her house in Leicester Fields, 1768, 
8vo. old calf gilt, 15s 6d n. d. 
Works, reproduced from the Original En- 
gravings in Permanent Photographs and 
newly described, with Essay on his Genius and 
Character, by Charles Lamb, 116 plates, 2 vols, 
royal 4to. cloth, gt. ed., £1. 10s (pub. £5. 5s) 1872 
Works, with Life by J. Ireland and 

J. Nichols, with the ivhole of the plates repro 
ducea in facsimile, 3 vols, crown 8vo. cl., 15s n. d. 

Another copy, half bound, 18s Qd 

Genuine Graphic Works, 160 engravings 

faithfully copied from the originals by T. Cook, 
4to. rea morocco gilt, gilt edges, £1. 2s Qd 1808 

HOPMANN (H., Director of the Dresden 
Academy), Scenes from the Life of Christ, a 
series of IS I large plates mounted on cardboard, and 
coloured title with vignette, roy. folio, in handsome 
decorated cloth port folio, 10s Qd (sells £1. Is) 1886 

HOLBEIN (Hans) Illustrations of the 
Bible, " Icones Veteris Testamenti," 90 wood- 
cuts, beautifully engraved on wood by John and 
Mary By field, with the illustrative Verses in five 
Languages, and Introduction by Dr. Dibdin, 
post 8vo. cloth, 16s Pickering, 1830 

Account of the Life and Works of, by 

R. N. Wornum, with numerous engravings and 
2 photographic portraits, from his drawings, 
impl. 8vo. cloth, 10s 6d (pub. £1. lis 6c?) 1867 

Another copy, new tree-calf extra, gt.ed.,£\. 4s 

and his Time ; bv Dr. Alfred Wolt- 

MANN, translated by F. E. Bnnnett, ivith 60 fine 
(a 'I raving fi on wood, crown 4to. vellum extra, gilt 
edges, 18s (id 1872 

HOLBEIN. —Portraits of the Court of Henry 
VIII. : see under Portraits, post. 

Society's Publications : see under Pub- 
lications of Learned Societies, post. 

HOOGE (Romeyn de):— The remarkable 
series of 71 plates by Romeyn de Hooge 
depicting ivith the most admirable [and brutal) 
power the Art of Wrestling (L Academie de 
I' Art admirable de la Lutte), First Edition 
(having the Text in Dutch), fine impressions, 
4 to. (thickened with drawing-paper at beginning 
and end), newly and handsomely bound in scarlet 
morocco super-extra, gilt edges, £3. 3s 

T Amsterdam, 1674 

HOUBRAKEN'S Lives of the Painters: 
Groote Schouburgh der Nederlantsche Konst- 
schilders en Schilderessen, door Arn. Houbraken, 
3 vols. — Van Gool, Nieuwe Schouburgh, etc., 
2 vols. , together 5 vols. 8vo., with numerous por- 
trait and plates, brilliant impressions, old calf 
gilt, £2. 12s 6d T Amsterdam, 1718-51 

HOWARD (Prank) The Sketcher's Manual, 
with numerous etchings, post 8vo. cloth, 4s 6^ 1837 

ITALIAN Art in the National Gallery, by 
Dr. J. P. RlCHTER, with 40 tinted plates, 4to. 
cloth, gilt edges, £1. 12s 6d (pub. £2. 2s) 1883 

Engravers of the XVth Century, Works 

of, reproduced in facsimile by Photo-Intaglio, 
with Introduction by G. W. Reid, F.S.A., folio, 
half calf ', uncut, £3. 3s 1884 

This volume comprises specimens of // Libro del Monte Sancto 
di Dio, 1477, La Di-uina Commedia di Dante, 1481, and The 
Triumphs of Petrarch, the last from the set of six engravings 
inserted in the Sunderland copy of a folio edition of / Triomfi 
and purchased for the British Museum for 2000 guineas. 

KEANE (A. H.) Early Teutonic, Italian, 
and French Masters, translated and edited 
from the " Dohme Series," with numerous illus- 
trations, imperial 8vo. calf gilt, £1. Is 1880 

"This work cannot fail to be of the utmost use to Students 
of Art History." — Times. 

LALAUZE (Adolphe) Trente-Quatre Eaux- 
Fortes pour les CEuvres de Moliere, the series of 
fine Proofs before Letters on India Paper, 
in portfolio, £2. 2s (pub. £5. 5s) Edimbourg, 1878 



Grand Galleries of Pictures, continued: — 

LIEVRE (E.) Collections Celebres d'CEuvres d'Art ; textes par De Saulcy, de Sommerard, 

Sir H. Cole, A. W. Franks, Baron deWitte, etc., 100 fine plates of Art Treasures from the 

originals, 2 vols, royal folio, crimson morocco super-extra, borders of gold inside, and joints 

{text and plates mounted on guards), gilt edges, £7. 7s Paris, 1866-9 

A beautiful and attractive work, containing etchings of 100 objects of virtu : Arms, Jewels, Furniture, 

Crystals, Enamels, Porcelain, the work chiefly of great artists of the Renaissance, and exhibiting the 

highest form of Art as applied to things used in the ordinary transactions of life ; chosen from different 

celebrated collections. 

Etchings and Engravings after the Old Masters : Four Series of Twenty Examples 

each, carefully selected from the most famous Collections and reproduced in exact fac- 
simile; this admirable collection comprises specimens of the works of Rembrandt, Albert 
Diirer, Mark Antony Raimondi, Vandyck, Claude Lorrain, Nicholas Berghem, Schongauer, 
Ruysdael, Caracci, and other famous old masters ; every detail of the original plates has 
been copied with such accuracy that the most critical eye can scarcely distinguish between 
the Originals and the Reproductions, the plates are neatly laid down on thick cardboard 
mounts, and each series enclosed in a half morocco portfolio, 4 vols. £10. lo's 1869-71 

Les MaItres Anciens et Contemporains, a Series of admirably executed plates after 

the works of distinguished artists, on India Paper, mounted on large impl. folio boards, 
in a portfolio, £2 2s n. d. 

■ The same, Proof Impressions before letters, on Papier de Hollande, £5. 55 

Meubles d'Art : (Euvres Decoratives Choisies danB les Collections Celebres, 30 

beautiful aqua-fort engravings of useful and decorative furniture, folio, in portfolio, 
£1. 45 Qd (pub. £2. 2s) Paris, s. d. 

Works of Art in the Collections of England, 50 plates of Pottery, Jewellery, 

Furniture, Enamelled Work, etc., drawn by him from the originals and engraved by 

Bracguemond, Courtry, Flameng, Greux, R-ajon, etc., with English Descriptions ; imperial 

folio, in portfolio, £1. 10s (pub. £10. IO5) London, 1871 

Proof copy of this extremely beautiful work. Only 100 copies were printed in this state, and 

500 of the ordinary impressions, so that it must eventually be a rare work. 

This tine work embraces some of the choicest examples of Art Workmanship contained in the 

celebrated collections of this country. It was issued for subscribers only. 

LA FAGE (Raimond) Recueil de ses meilleuis 
Desseins, grave par cinq des plus habiles Grav- 
eurs, et mis en lumiere par les soins de Vander- 
Bruggen, upwards of 60 spirited designs (some 
large and folding), including portrait, impl. folio, 
halfrussia, by Kalthoeber (Hr.Beckford'scopy), 
£9. 95 Amsterdam, s. d. 

This copy formerly belonged to Sir Reynolds, 
and has his autograph and book-stamp on the title-page. 

" His drawings (says Bnan) are the objects of the admira- 
tion of the most intelligent. His figures are elegant and grace- 
ful, and their action bold and spirited. He possessed a fertile 
invention, and a commanding facility of execution. Carlo 
Marat ti told him, if \ou could paint as well as you draw, I should 
have abandoned the art." 

LANDSCAPE Annual, the complete series, 
1830-9, with upwards of '200 highly finished engrav- 
ings by the best Artists, from Drawings by David 
Roberts, Prout, Harding, etc., illustrating the 
most beautiful scenery, 10 vols, post 8vo. original 
green morocco, gilt edges, £3. 35 1830-9 

LANDSCAPES after Claude, Poussin, Sal- 
vator Rosa, Cortesi and Rembrandt, 56 large 
and fine engravings by VlVARES, Giuntotardi, 
and others, bound in one vol. atlas folio, half calf 
gilt, lettered, £3. v. y. 

LANDSEER (Sir Edwin, r.a.) Pictures by, 
with Descriptions and Biographical Sketch by 
J. Dafforne, 20 fine steel engravings of his prin- 
cipal pictures, royal 4to. cloth, I65 * v. d. 

Pictures, a New Series, with Descriptions by 

W.Cosmo MoNKHOUSE,roy.4to.c?.,a^. ed.,Ylsn. d. 
Sir Edwin Landseer, by G. Stephens, 

with 15 fine photographs of his most famous pic- 
tures, crown 4to. cloth, gilt edges, I65 1881 

LANDSEER (Sir E.) Studies, illustrated by 
Sketches from the collection of her MAJESTY 
the Queen and other sources, with a History of his 
Art-Life by W. Cosmo Monkhouse, with 40 
plates, and 116 woodcuts, im\A. 4to. c/.,£l. 15 n.d. 

The same, new mor. super-extra, gt. ed., £3. 5s 

LASINIO (C.) Pitture a Fresco del Campo 
Santo di Pisa, 41 large plates of the celebrated 
and beautiful Frescoes which adorn the walls of 
the Campo Santo at Pisa, atlas folio, hf. russia, gt. 
edges (Mr. Beckford's copy), £10. Firenze, 1812 

LAWRENCE (Sir Thomas) Choicest 
Works of ; 50 fine mezzotinto Portraits, executed 
by S. Cousins and other eminent Engravers, of 
Royal, Illustrious, and Eminent Contemporary 
Personages ; also portrait of the Painter, royalfolio, 
hf, mor. ,gt. cd.,£i. \0s Graves and Company, 1835-46 

LEWIS (F. C.) Scenery on the Devonshire 
Rivers, 26 very beautiful copperplate "Painter's 
Etchings, "from the Pictures painted by himself 
in the Collections of the Duke of Bedford, Sir T. 
' Acland, etc., with Introductory Remarks, folio, 
cloth, scarce, £3. 105 1843 

MANTZ (Paul) Les Chefs d'CEuvre de la 
Peintlre Italienne ; with 20 large plates, on 
India paper, executed in gold and colours by 
Y. Kellerhoven, of singular beauty and perfec- 
tion of execution, 30 full-page wood engravings, 
and 40 tail -pieces and ornamental letters, folio, 
cloth elegant, £2. 75 Qd Paris, Didot, 1870 

MENARD (R. ) French Artists of the Present 
Day, with 12 facsimile engravings from their pic- 
tures, folio, cloth, gt. ed., 125 6rf(pub. £1. Is) 1876 




Grand Galleries of Pictures, continued:— 




reproduced on copper by the auto-gravure process, and accompanied with 



The Plates are attached, by the upper edge, to Whatman Paper cut-out Mounts, and 

enclosed in an elegant Portfolio. Price Three Guineas. 


Le Stryge. 

La Morgue. 

L'Abside de Notre Dame de Paris. 

La Galerie de Notre Dame. 

Le Pont au Change. 

6. Le Pont au Change— Second State. 

7. Rue des Chantres. 

8. St. Etienne du Mont. 

9. Le Petit Pont. 

10. Tourelle, Rue de la Tixeranderie. 

" These ten autogravures which the Autotype Company have just published in facsimile of some of 
Charles MeVyon's celebrated etchings, accompanied as they are with descriptive explanations by Mr. 
Stopford Brooke, form a most interesting collection, and for the first time bring specimens of Meryon's 

■work before the public at a comparatively low price The Autotype Company and Mr. 

Stopford Brooke are to be thanked for their endeavour to place some of these works within the range of 
the public ; and many a young artist, we think, who is receiving bat little encouragement from those 
around him, may gather a hue lesson in endurance and honesty of purpose from the delicate strength 
and long endurance with which these plates were wrought, by a man who lacked the very means of 
subsistence, but who would not therefore lower his art to bring it within the range of public favour, and 
who is at last justified by time." — Spectator, March 19th, 1887. 

"What developed Mdryon was his passionate wish to preserve some adequate memorial of that 
picturesque old city of Paris which has disappeared before the constructive activity of Haussmann and 
Louis Napoleon. If .old Paris had been likely to remain a generation or two longer, it is possible that 
we might scarcely have heard of Meryon, because half the quality of his work is due to the intensity 
of his affection for remains whose destruction he foresaw with the most bitter regret, as a near and 
irremediable misfortune which he had no power to avert. But if an artist cannot save an old building 
which he loves, he may at least secure a memorial of it, a memorial better than the fidelity of the 
photograph, because it expresses not only the beauty of the thing itself, but the pathetic affection of the 
one human soul that cares for it." — Mr. Hamerton, in " Etching and Etchers." 

M A Z Z O L A (detto il Parmigiariino) : 
Raccolta di Disegni Originali, incisi da 
B. Bossi, 29 plates in imitation of Drawings ; 
Parmm, 1772— Suite des Vases tiree du Cabinet 
du Marquis de Felino, 31 plates by Bossi ; ib. 
1764— Mascarade a la Grecque (un badinage), 
10 plates; ib. 1771— Raccolta di Teste inventate 
ed incise da Bossi, 39 plates — Fisonomie Possibili, 
Opere Varie, and other plates by Bossi, in one 
vol. folio, Jialf russia gilt {a large and varied 
collection), £4. 155 Parma, 1764, etc. 

MICHELANGELO, The Art of, as illustrated 
by the Collections in the British Museum, by 
L. FAGAN, portrait by the author, and ivoodcuts, 
impl. 8vo. hf. mor., top edges gilt, £1. 1883 

MORGHEN (Raphael) Engraved Works, a 
Descriptive List Catalogue of all his engravings, 
with the Inscriptions at full length and the 
Variations of the states precisely set forth, with 
Biographical and other Notes, and Life, by F. R. 
Halsey, fine portrait engraved by Morghen's 
pupil Carronni, 4to. cloth, uncut, top edges gilt, 
£1. 155 New York, 1885 

Only 350 copies printed. It is very carefully compiled, and 
is the only complete work on the subject. 

MUsilE FRANQAIS : Recueil complet des 
Tableaux, Statues, et Bas-Reliefs, qui component 
la Collection Nationale ; avec l'Explication des 
Sujets, et des Discours sur la Peinture, la Sculp- 
ture, et la (i ravine, par CROZE-MAGNAN, VlS- 
conti, et Emeric David, with upwards of 300 fine 
line engravings by the first artists, good impressions, 
4 vols, atlas folio, half morocco extra, gilt edges, 
£14. 10* Paris, s. d. 

MUSEE FRANCAIS : Fifty of the Finest 
Examples of the Old Masters from this famous 
Collection, reproduced in permanent Wood- 
buritype, with descriptive Letterpress, folio, 
beautifully bound in green morocco super-extra, 
inlaid with red, gilt edges, £4. 45 n. d. 

PAGNIER (Pierre) En Touraine ; a series of 
10 original and unpublished etchings, Artist's 
Proofs before letters on India paper, folio, 
£1. 105 (pub. £5. 55) Paris, 1878 

PICART (Bernard) Le Temple des Muses, 
orne de LX Tableaux oil sont representees les 
Antiquitds Fabuleuses ; accompagn^s d'Explica- 
tions et de Remarques [par De La Barre de 
Beaumarchais], 60 large and highly finished 
engravings by B. Picart, brilliant impressions, 
royal folio, very fine copy, in old French crimson 
morocco gilt, gilt edges, £8. 155 Amsterdam, 1733 

PICTURE Gallery Annual, 30 beautifully 
executed permanent Photographs of Works by 
Landseer, Cooper, Reynolds, Turner, etc., 
4to. cloth extra, gilt edges, 7s 6d 1875 

PICTURE Gallery of Modern Art, containing 
24 permanent Photographs from original paintings, 
with Biographical Notices of their Works, royal 
4to. cloth, gilt edges, £1. 15 (pub. £1. 115 6d) 1880 

PINELLI (Bart.) Istoria Romana : 101 very 
large and fine etchings, illustrative of the 
principal Incidents of Roman History, from the 
fable of Romulus and Remus to the Death of Mark 
Antony, oblong atlas folio, setcn, I85 Roma, 1819 
Never have the stirring events recorded in Roman History 

been more graphically brought before the eye than in the above 

grand productions by the celebrated Pinell. They are more 

eloquent and moving than the finest passages of Livy or Tacitui. '< 


jtRANd Galleries of Pictures, continued :— 

ftJLREADY'S RARE POSTAL ENVELOPE : One of the Original Pictorial Penny-Post 
Envelopes designed by this great artist for public transmission, but withdrawn shortly 
after its introduction. (Unused.) Excessively Rare. 12s 6d 

Another of these Original Envelopes for the sum of Two Pence. [Tins Twopenny 

Envelope is even more rare than the Penny one.] Price £1. 5s 
The rarity of the above elaborate Official Envelope is well known. On the introduction of Postage 
itamps, the officials feared their wholesale forgery ; and with reference to this dread, The Daily News, 
ieptember 8, 1881, thus speaks : " Possibly this unreasonable dread may have been at the bottom of the 
amed Mulready envelopes, the beautiful but much too elaborate design of which afforded to the wits 
f 1S40 such abundant opportunities for satire. They have now become very scarce ; for the lampoons and 
arieatures Jaunted the authorities, and the highly artistic but wholly inappropriate vehicle for business 
ommunications was withdrawn. The scarcity is sufficiently explained by the fact that all the 
r ast stock prepared for issue was destroyed at the time. A Machine was constructed 
xpressly for the work of destruction, as related in Sir Rowland Hill's Memoirs." 

These Envelopes have been known to fetch very high prices ; and very recently one was sold by 
,uction in Paris for the large sum of £20. 

^T The specimens now offered above are known to be genuine by the slender strips of silk which are 
atroduced into their manufacture. 

fUNICH GALLERY, or Collection of the principal Pictures of the Pinacothek there, 168 
large and very beautifully execut&l lithographic plates, by Strixner, Pilott, Loehle, 
Hohe, SELB,a?i^ Flachennekker, after the famous paintings of the Old Masters of various 
Schools, the whole on India paper, mounted on thick cartridge paper, 2 vols, elephant 
folio in 1, half morocco, gilt bach and edges {some of the plates as usual somewhat foxed, 
otherwise a nice copy), £24. 10s (Munich, 1817-36) 

This splendid work is executed in the finest style of the lithographic art. The Gallery, as is well 
;nown, contains a most magnificent collection of the paintings of the Old Masters. 

IUSEE NAPOLEON, Publie par Henri Laurent, Dedie a l'Empereur et Hoi; ou Recueil 

de Gravures d'apres les plus beaux Tableaux, Statues, et Bas-Reliefs Choisis dans la 

Collection Imperiale, avec description des Sujets, Notices Litteraires et Discours sur les 

Arts, fine impressions of the splendid series of plates from pictures by the grand masters, 

2 vols, atlas folio, original half red morocco, £16. 16s Paris, 1812-16-18 

This copy has both the original title and half-title to Vol. I., where the collection is described as the 

\lusfe Napoleon, and the altered title, where it is called the Musee Royal, and dated the year after 

Yaterloo. A desirable and cheap copy, in beautifully fresh state. 

IEYN0LDS (Sir Joshua, p.r.a.), CELEBRATED PORTRAITS by, comprising 200 beautiful 

Mezzotinto Engravings by S. W. Reynolds, with Descriptions, parts 1-40 in 2 splendid 

vols, royal folio, half morocco, gilt edges, £17. 17s Graves, 1865 

" In taste, in grace, in facility, in happy invention, and in the richness and harmony of colouring, 

ir Joshua Reynolds was equal to the greatest masters of the renowned ages. In Portraits he went 

eyond them ; for he communicated to them that description of the art in which English artists are most 

igaged, a fancy and a dignity, derived from the higher branches, which even those who professed them 

l a superior manner did not always preserve when they delineated individual nature. His Portraits 

mind us of the invention and the amenity of landscape." — Burke. 

RAPHAEL: Les Arabesques et les Stucs SCOTT (David, R.s. a.) and his Works: with 
peints a Rome au Palais du Vatican, lifine large a Catalogue of his Paintings, Engravings and 
plates of the "Lodges," engraved with Text, Designs; >y J. M. GRAY, with 2 portraits and 27 

under the superintendence of Chcreau and Joubert, illustrations of his remarkable works, impl. 4ta. 
!roy. folio, half calf neat, £1. 5s Paris, 1787 newel., unettt {only 350 copies printed), £1. Is 1S34 

Cartoons, 9 plates engraved on steel by G. ! ETCHINGS selected from the Works of, etched 

Greatbach from the originals at the South by his brother \V. Bell Scott, folio, cloth, 6s 6d 
Kensington Museum, with a Biographv, portrait Glasgow, 1S67 

painted by himself, roy. fob, cl.,gt. ed., 10s Qd n.d. SCOTT (W. Bell) Gems of Modern BELGIAN 
-- — Drawings and Studies by, in the Univer- ' Art, IQJinc carbon-photographs from the Pictures 
pity Galleries, Oxford, etched and engraved by I of Eminent Living Artists, with remarks and an 
J. Fisher, 102 fine plates, with Descriptions, ! Essay on the schools of Belgium and Holland, 

crown 4to. half morocco, top edges gilt, £1. Is 1S79 

Heads from the Transfiguration, a 

Series of Sixteen Beautiful Studies of Heads, 

PROOFS ON india PAPER, folio, half morocco {very 

rce), £1. 10« (1824) 

and the Villa Farnesina, by C. Bigot, 

ranslated by Mary Healy, 15 fine engravings 
fter Raphael by t. de Mare, folio, sewn {only 
50 copies printed), £2. 2s 1884 

small 4to. morocco extra, gilt edges, £2. 2s 1872 
Murillo, and the Spanish School of 

Painting, with 15 steel and 19 wood engravings, 
impl. 4to. morocco super-extra, with coloured 
leather inlaid on sides, gilt edges, £2. 2s 1S73 

ROYAL Gallery, a Selection of the Cabinet 
Paintings in H.M. Private Collection at Buck- 
ingham Palace, edited by J. Linnell, 33 finely 
engraved plates, royal 4to. roxburghe, 14? 1S50 

9 * 


Grand Galleries of Pictures, continued: — 

SMITH (J. Chaloner, m.i.c.e.) British Mezzotinto Portraits, a Descriptive Catalogue of 
these Engravings, from the Introduction of the Art to the Early Part of the Present 
Century, arranged according to the Engravers ; the Inscriptions given at full length ; 
and the Variations of State precisely set forth ; accompanied by Biographical Notes and 
Appendix of Prices, 4 vols, super-roy. 8vo. with a frontispiece to each volume; cl. £5. 1883 

The same, ILLUSTRATED EDITION, with one hundred and twenty-five portraits, 

tahen by the Autotype Process from the original Mezzotinto Engravings in the Author's 
collection, 4 vols, super-royal 8vo. cloth, £8. 8s 1884 

A limited number of this Series of 125 portraits, with the Titles and Extra Letter- 

press of the "Illustrated Edition," may be had separately, £4. 14s 6d 

A large paper edition of the same, forming a very handsome series of important 

portraits {especially suitable for the illustration of the folio histories), folio, in a portfolio 
(only fifty copies printed), £8. 8s 

Many of these autotype portraits, especially the female ones, are of the greatest beauty, while 
being nearly all those of historical personages they have a special interest apart from that which they 
possess as examples of a specially English school of art. 


UNG-ER (W.) WORKS : — Seventy-two most beautiful Etchings after the Old Masters, 
Tintoretto, Ruysdael, Rembrandt, Guido, Poussin, Rubens, Ostade, Jan Steen, Van 
Dyck, Wouvermans, Paul Potter, Frans Hals, Paul Veronese, Jordaens, Van der Velde, 
Brouwer, etc., with Critical and Descriptive Notes by C. Vosmaer, A large and superb 
volume, imperial folio, half morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, £8. 8s (pub. £12. 12s) 1878 
" No engraver who ever lived has so completely identified himself with painters he had to interpret 

as Professor Unger in the seventy-two plates which compose his works. . . Mr. Vosmaer has much 

increased the interest 'in Unger's etchings by accompanying them with valuable descriptive and critical 

notes. . . . We recommend them strongly to all artists and lovers of art. " 

P. G. Hamcrton, in the International Review. 


beautiful engravings by the best artists, very fine original impressions, ARTIST'S PROOFS 

ON INDIA PAPER, with Descriptive and Historic Accounts of each View by H. E. 

Lloyd ; 2 vols, atlas folio, LARGEST PAPER, hf. mor. extra, top edges gilt, £105. 1838 

A very choice copy as to impressions ; but as the whole of the Descriptive Text is inlaid to the size 

of the plates, it is ottered at a proportionate reduction from its intrinsic value. 


The same, 72 (of 96) large and beautiful engravings, proofs before letters (many 

being artist's proofs before all letters), ivith a series of 71 etchings or unfinished 
proofs, the whole on India Paper, and the former being most beautiful and brilliant 
impressions, 2 vols, colombier folio, largest paper, one volume handsomely bound in full 
blue morocco super-extra, finely tooled on sides and inside covers, gilt edges, the oilier (con- 
taining only 12 of the plates) in half red morocco extra (k desirable and remarkably 
cheap series), £63. 1832 

It is to be regretted that the above is not actually complete, but it may safely be said that the set 
could not be matched by any one collection. The value of a perfect set in the above state — that is to say 
of the proofs alone, without the unfinished plates — would be about one hundred guineas, so that this is 
undoubtedly a moderately priced copy. 

The "England and Wales " of Turner has always been considered his greatest work. His varied 
excellencies can only be properly appreciated when seen in fine impressions of the engravings, like the 
above. Mr. RUSKIN says, more' particularly with reference to the above work, "J. M. W. Turner is 
the only man who has ever given an entire transcript of the whole system of nature, and is, in this point 
of view, the only perfect landscape painter whom the world has ever seen." To which we may 
add, that the "England and Wales " has always been considered his greatest work, while his varied 
excellencies can only be properly appreciated when seen in fine impressions of the engravings, like the above. 


Picturesque Views on the SOUTHERN COAST of England, with descriptions, 

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TURNER'S LIBER STUDIORUM, Reproduced in Facsimile by the Autotype Process, edited, 

and eacli Plate accompanied by a Critical Notice, by the Rev. Stopford Brooke, m.a. : 

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The above Autotypes give for the first time a worthy reproduction of the wonderful designs which 
were begun by Turner in rivalry witli the Liber Veritatis of Claude. They were original studies, care- 
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On day by day under his own eye, and sometimes done by his own hand. 

On the importance to Artists of a profound study of these grand and thoughtful compositions Mr. 
Ruskin continually dilates in his "Modern Painters." In Vol. V. he sums up the lessons and the 
meaning of the Liber Studiorum, and reiterates the angry exclamation of the great painter, " What is 
the use of them," he said, "but together?" The appreciation of the public is shown by the high 
prices given for the complete series — as much as from £700 to £1000 having been obtained for them at 
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and Neville. 




Genealogical and Heraldic Books, continued .— 

PARISH REGISTERS, and other GENEALOGICAL WORKS, edited by, and printed at the 
Private Press of, FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP (for Private circulation only) ; each 
vol. super-imperial Svo. handsomely printed on thick handmade paper : 
Buckinghamshire. i Suffolk. 

WESTON - UNDERWOOD :— Baptisms, 
1710 to 1785; Marriages, 1710 to 1740; Burials, 

1711 to 1723 ; Twenty-five copies printed, 
numbered and signed, bound i)i vellum, £2. 2s 1S87 

Baptisms and Burials, 1558 to 1785 ; Marriages, 
1559 to 1753; Thirty copies printed, num- 
bered and signed, bound in vellum, £4. Is 1S84 

REGISTERS of ONGAR :— Baptisms, Mar- 
riages, and Burials, 155S to 1750 ; One Hundred 
copies printed, numb, and signed, £1. Usfkl 1886 


156S to 1783 ; Marriages, 1572 to 1753 ; Burials, 
1572 to 1783 ; Thirty copies printed, num- 
bered and signed, bound in vellum, £4. 4s 1S85 


1562 to 1765; Marriages, 1563 to 1749; Burials, 

1563 to 17S5; Thirty copies printed, num- 
bered and signed, bound in vellum, £4. 4s 1885 

REGISTERS of CARLTON : — Baptisms, 
Marriages, and Burials, 153S to 1S86 ; Fifty 
COPIES PRINTED, numbered and signed, £1. Is 1886 

tisms, 1740 to 1812; Marriages, 1754 to 1812; 
Burials, 1740 to 1S12 ; One Hundred copies 
PRINTED, numbered and signed, 10s 1886 

REGISTERS of . CULPHO : - Baptisms, 
Marriages, and Burials, 1720 to 18S6 : no earlier 
Register existing ; One hundred copies print- 
ed, numbered and signed, 7s 6d 1886 

REGISTERS of ELLOUGH : -Baptisms, 
Marriages, and Burials, 1545 to 1812 ; Fifty 
copies printed, numbered and signed; roy. Svo. 

10s 1886 

DUGDALE (Sir W.) The BARONAGE of ENGLAND ; an Historical Account of the Lives 
and Actions of onr English Nobility in the Saxons' Time to the Conquest, from thence 
to the 28th year of King Charles II., cuts of arms, 3 vols, royal folio in two, calf gilt 
(good sound copy), rare, £6. 15* 1675-6 

The same, LARGE PAPER, with portrait by Hollar added : fine copy in old English 

red morocco, Harleian gold tooling, gilt edges (Mr. Beckford's copy, with MS. Notes by 
him), very rare, £24. 10s 
" Dugdale's Baronage is distinguished by the most laborious research and extraordinary accuracy, 

and confers honour upon its author-'"'" — Sir Harris Nicolas. 

DUDLEY FAMILY :— Adlard(G.) The Sut- 
ton-Dudleys of England and the Dudleys of 
Massachusetts in New England, from the 
Norman Conquest to the Present Time, royal Svo. 
cloth {only 250 copies printed), 14s 6d 1862 

DUGDALE (Sir W.) A Perfect Copy of all 
Summons of the Nobility to the great Coun- 
cils and Parliaments of this Realme, from 
the xlix. of Henry III. until these present Times, 
folio, old calf, 18s 1735 

EDMONDSON (J., Mowbray Hercdd), Baeon- 
agium Genealogicum ; or the Pedigrees of the 
English Peers deduced from the Earliest times, 
originally compiled bv Sir W. Segar, Garter, and 
continued by Joseph fedmondson [and Sir Joseph 
Aylotfe], with numerous finely engraved plates of 
arms, 6 vols, folio, old calf gilt, £7. 15s 1764-84 

" A valuable work for general reference." — Lo-wndes. 

Historical and Genealogical Account of the 

noble Family of Greville, with Account of 
Warwick Castle, illustrated by 32 ad- 
ditional PORTRAITS and other plates {including 
some scarce ones), royal Svo. russia extra, gilt 
edges (scarce ; not printed for sale), £2. 10s 1766 
A fine and perfect copy, collated with Upcott, by Mr. James 

Comerford, with his bookplate. 

ELIOT Family {of Port Eliot, Cornwall), Genea- 
logical Memoranda relating to the, and 
Craggs, of Wyserley ; copied from Documents in 
the possession of the Earl of St. Germans, cuts 
of Arms, 4to. hf. mar,, 10s Privately printed, 1868 

ELLISES, Notices of the, of England, Scotland, 
and Ireland, including the Families of Alls, Fitz- 
Elys, Helles, etc., by W. S. Ellis, with the 
Supplement, plates, Svo. cloth {scarce), £1. 2s Qd 

Not published, 1857-66 

ESSEX, Visitations of, by Hawley, 1552 ; 
Hervey, 1558 ; Cooke, 1570 ; Raven, 1612 ; and 
Owen and Lily, 1634 : also Miscellaneous Essex 
Pedigrees from various Harleian MSS. : and 
Appendix containing Berry's Essex Pedigrees : 
edited with Index by Walter C. Metcalfe, 
F.S.A., 2 large vols. impl. Svo. cl., uncut, SCARCE, 
£3. 3s Harleian Society, 1878-9 

Another copy, half morocco, £3. bs 

GENEALOGICAL Pamphlets, privatelv 

printed and MS., relating to various Scottish 

families, as below, 4to. hf. cj \, from Lord Far n ham's 

and Mr. Hartley's libraries (SCARCE), £2. 10s v. y. 

i. Genealogical Account of the Family of Burnett, of 

Burnetland and Barnes, in the Sheriffdom and County of 

Peebles; by M. Burnett, 1S4J. 2. MS. Pedigree of Greatrakes. 

3. MS. Anstruther Thomson of Charlton. 4. Nugae Antiqure 

^comprising Genealogical Notices : Montfode of that Ilk, and 

Descendants. 50 copies printed by J. C. Malcolm, Glasgow, 

1847. The N'apiers of Kilmahew. 50 copies. Glasgow, 1849). 
5. Pedigree of Frere. 6. Account of the Ancient Family of 
Maunsell-Mansell-Mansel ; by W. W. Mansel. For Private 
circulation. London, 1850. 7. MS. Introductory Remarks on 
Titles of Hereditary Dignity, etc. 'nearly 70 pages). 8. David 
William Barclay, Esquire, against Lord Ivory's Interlocutor, 

1848. 9. Duckett, of Hartham House, Wilts, pp. 9. Printed 
by F. Haenel, Berlin. 


Genealogical and Heraldic Books, continued:— 

FRASER (Dr. W.) Memoirs of the MAXWELLS of POLLOK, from the valuable original 

unpublished MSS. in possession of the family, with 17 fine lithographic portraits, and 

numerous views, facsimiles of documents, arms, seals, etc. 2 thick vols. 4to. cloth gilt, 

uncut, top edges gilt, £16. 16s Edinburgh, 1863 

This valuable historical work was prepared by Mr. Fraser, with the help of Mr. Stirling of Keir 

(whose Family Book it resembles, and which may be considered its completion) for Sir John Maxwell of 

Pollok, Bart. : only 150 copies were privately printed, of which this is No. 124. The second 

volume consists wholly of a collection of Royal, State and Official, and Family and Domestic Letters 

(with abstracts), of the utmost importance in connection with the history of Scotland. 

■ THE RED BOOK of MENTEITH (containing Memoirs of the Drummonds and 

Frasers, the Earls and Heiresses of Menteith, Histories of their Castles ; the Priory, 
Priors, and Commendators of Inchmahome, a valuable collection of historical cor- 
respondence and other documents, etc. etc.), finely printed, with numerous facsimiles, 
views, portraits of eminent Scotsmen and Scotswomen, and other illustrations, 2 thick vols. 
4to. red cloth, heraldically gilt, top edges gilt, exceedingly scarce, £20. Edinburgh, 1880 
Only one hundred and fifty copies of the above work were (like the rest of Dr. Fraser's 
valuable publications on Scottish genealogical history) privately printed, and as they were all 
distributed in quarters whence they were unlikely to be removed, it is a most uncommon occurrence for 
one of them to be offered for sale. 

GURNEY (Daniel) RECORD of the HOUSE of GOURNAY : compiled from original 
Documents, with several hundred wood engravings of Views of Castles, Manors, Abbeys, 
Tombs, etc., in Normandy and England; the Coats of Arms, and Pedigrees of the Family 
in all its Branches, etc., 5 parts in 4 vols. 4to. {including Supplement), cloth, with 
Author's inscription (very rare), £14. 10* Privately Printed by Nichols, 1848-58 

This elaborate Genealogical Monograph is invaluable to the Herald, the Antiquary, and the Hist- 
orian ; and has become excessively scarce, all the copies having been distributed among the author's friends. 

GRACE (Sheffield) Memoirs of the Family of 
Grace, also Lines written at Jerpoint Abbey ; 
with upwards of 160 ENGRAVINGS of Portraits, 
Castles, Seats, Churches, and other Buildings, 
Antiquities, Sepulchral Monuments, Tomb Stones, 
etc., very thick super-royal Svo. half morocco, 
uncut, £2. 18* Privately printed, 1823 

The author's own copy, with his book-plate. 

GENEALOGICAL Table of the Sovereigns 
of England, most carefully executed by hand on 
drawing paper, and mounted on canvas, measur- 
ing nearly 9 feet in length and 22 inches in width, 
the Memoirs beautifully written, and the Draw- 
ings of Heraldic Bearings coloured ; with 
other pictorial embellishments ; folded and bound 
in an atlas folio volume, half red morocco gilt, 
cloth sides, very neat, £8. 85 n. d. 

A very useful as well as ornamental work ; showing at one 
view the descents of the various families which have ruled the 
British Empire. The Heraldic Bearings, also, are a valuable 
feature. It includes the present royal family. 

see under Publications of Learned Societies, 

ETC., post. 

HENDERSON (J., w.s.) Caithness Family 
History, beautifully printed on hand-made 
paper, 4to. new half olive morocco, uncut, top 
edges gilt, £1. bs Edinburgh, 1884 

Contains genealogical and biographical notices of the 
Bruces, Calders, Cunninghams, Gordons, Inneses, Mansons, 
Mowats, Sinclairs (27 branches), and others, and list of Heritors 
and Wadsetters. 

JESSOPP (Rev. Augustus, d.d.) One Gen- 
eration of a Norfolk House, a Contribution to 
Elizabethan History, view of Docking Church, 4to. 
cl. gt.{with letter from the Author), £1. IsNorw. 1878 
This is an elaborate account of Father Henry Walpole, 

the Jesuit Martyr, of the same family as Sir Robert Walpole, 

Horace Walpole, etc. 

LAWRENCE (Sir J.) On the Nobility of the 
BRITISH Gentry, or the Political Ranks and 
Dignities of the Empire, compared with those of 
the Continent, fourth ed., post 8vo. cl. 3s 6d 184C 


PORTESCUE, A History of the Family of, in 
all its Branches ; by Thomas (Fortescue) LORD 
CLERMONT, with 16 Pedigrees, 42 full-page 
illustrations, consisting of Portraits, Views of 
Family Mansions, Facsimiles, etc., and 19 Wood- 
cuts in the text, Presentation Copies to Mr. 
Hartley of both the First and Second Edi- 
tions {the latter with many variations and addi- 
tions), with the Supplement; also, the Works 
of Sir John Fortescue, Chief Justice of Eng- 
land and Lord Chancellor to King Henry VI., 
now first collected and arranged by Lord Cler- 
mont, portrait: together 3 vols. impl. 4to. rox- 
burghe, uncut, and the Supplement seicn, £5. 10s 


"The history of the family is traced through all its branches, 
and everything that could be recovered concerning the lives of the 
more distinguished Fortescues has been collected and preserved. 
The labour was no doubt one of love ; yet the mere arrangement 
of materials so extensive, and gathered from so many quarters, 
cannot but have taken much time and care, and the power of 
producing from them a narrative so pleasant and readable is not 
given to every writer of family history." — Edinburgh Review, 

History of the Family of Fortescue 

(First Edition), and the Works of Chief Jus- 
tice Fortescue, with numerous plates etc., 2 
vols. impl. 4to. roxburghc, uncut, £3. 10s 

Privately printed, 1869 

Although this copy has only the first edition of the Family 
History, yet it contains the only edition of Chief Justice Fortes- 
cue's complete works, the great interest and importance of 
which to the English historical student as well as to the lawyer 
is well known. Of the two volumes only iao copies were 


FOSTER (Joseph) The Royal Lineage of our 
Noble and Gentle Families, together with 
their Paternal Ancestry, ivoodcuts, 2 vols. 4to. 
cloth, 15s Privately printed, Aylesbury, n. d. 

The same, LIBRARY EDITION, with blank 

forms for family memoranda, 2 vols. 4to. cloth 
gilt, gilt edges, £3. 10s (pub. £6. 6s) 1887 




Genealogical and Heraldic Books, continued: — 

LE NEVE'S Pedigrees of the Knights made 
by Charles II., James II., William and Mary, 
William III. alone, and Anne., edited by G. W. 
Marshall, f.s.a., impl. 8vo. cloth, uncut, £1. 10s 

Harleian Society, 1873 

LODGE (J.) The Peerage of Ireland ; revised, 
enlarged, and continued by the Rev. Mervyn 
Archdall, M.R.I.A., ivith engraved coats of all 
their arms ; best edition, 7 vols. 8vo. old calf 
extra, nice set, £2. 2s Dublin, 17b9 

Lodge's Peerage and Baronetage of the 

British Empire, 56th edition, royal Svo. cloth 
qilt, gilt edges, £1. 5s 1887 

LYNDSAY (Sir David, of the Mount) : A 
Facsimile of the Ancient Heraldic Manu- 
script emblazoned by this celebrated Herald, 
Lord Lyon King at Arms in the Reign of James V. 
of Scotland, edited by David Laing, ll.d., from 
the original MS. in the possession of the Faculty 
of Advocates, folio, cloth, top edges gilt, £7. 7* 
(pub. £10. 10$) 1S7S 

The same, large paper, impl. folio, cl. 

(ONLY 50 COPIES PRINTED), £10. 10s(pub. £15. 15s) 

LOWER (Mark Antony) The Curiosities 
of Heraldry, with Illustrations from Old 
English Writers, coloured frontispiece, numerous 
wood engravings, Svo. cloth, 10s 6d 1845 

English Surnames : an Essay on Family 

Nomenclature, Historical, Etymological and 
Humorous, third edition, enlarged, with Arms, 
etc., 2 vols, crown Svo. cloth, 14s 6fZ 1849 

Patronymica Britannica ; a Dictionary 

of the Family Names of the United Kingdom, 
port., roval Svo. mor. extra, gt. ed., £1. 15s 1S60 

MEYRICK (Sir S. R. ) Heraldic Visitations 
of Wales and Part of the Marches between 1586 
and 1613, under Clarencieux and Norr^iy, by 
LEWYS DWNN, edited with notes, numerous illus- 
trations of arms, etc., 2 vols, royal 4to. cloth, 
uncut [Welsh MSS. Society), £9. 15s 

Llandovery, 1846 

MONTAGU (J. A.) Guide to the Study of 
Heraldry, cuts, 4to. cloth-, 6s (pub. 18s) 

Pickering, 1S40 

MOULE (T.) Bibliotheca Heraldica Magna? 
Britannia? ; an Analytical Catalogue of Book- on 
Genealogv, Heraldry, Nobility, Knighthood, and 
Ceremonies, with a list of Provincial Visitations, 
Pedigrees, Collections of Arms, etc., and Supple- 
ment of the chief Foreign Genealogical Works, 
portrait, thick roval Svo. boards. £1. Is (pub. 
£1. 16s) 1S22 

Another copy, hf. mor., top ed. gt., £1. 7s6d 

Heraldry of Fish ; Notices of the principal 

Families bearing Fish in their Arms, with 205 
woodcuts, impl. Svo. large paper, cloth, uncut, 
£2. 2s Van Voorst, 1S42 

[NARES (Archdn.)] Heraldic Anomalies ; 
or Rank Confusion in our Orders of Precedence ; 
with Disquisitions on all the existing Orders of 
Society ; by It Matters not Who, 2 vols, post 
Svo. boards, leather backs, 6s 6d (pub. £1. Is) 1823 

NICHOLS (John Gough, f.s.a. Collect- 
anea Topographica et Genealouica, com- 
plete, with the Indexes, etc., 8 vols. impl. Svo. 
half cloth, uncut, SCARCE, £7. 7s 1834-43 

A valuable collection of original papers illustrative of 

English History, Topography, Heraidn , Customs, etc. 

The Herald and Genealogist, with 

numerous cuts of Arms, Seals, etc., S vols. Svo. 
half russia. uncut, top edges gilt, £6. 6s 1S63-74 

NICHOLS (J. Gough) The Topographer and 
Genealogist, woodcuts, 3 vols. Svo. complete, 
cloth, £1. 12s 6d Xichols, 1846-58 

Another copy, roxburghe, £1. 15s 

This interesting work, forms a continuation to " Nichols's 
Collectanea Topographica," etc., and contains a valuable col- 
lection of Original Papers illustrative of English History, 
Heraldry, Customs, etc. 

NICOLAS (Sir Nicholas Harris) The 
Battle of Agincourt ; History of, and Henry 
V.'s Expedition into France, A.D. 1415, to which 
is added the Roll of the Men at Arms in the 
English Army, second edition, with portrait of 
Henry V. on India. Paper, 4 coloured maps, and 
coloured plate of banners, Svo. cloth, 14s 1832 

Orders of Knighthood of the British 

Empire ; History of the, including the Order of 
the Guelphs of Hanover, etc., with 21 fine plates, 
illuminated in GOLD and. COLOURS, including 

full-length portrait of the Queen, and numerous 

engravings of Badges, Armorial Bearings , Medals, 

Crosses, etc., 4 vols. impl. 4to. half morocco extra 

[nice copy), £4. 10s (pub. £14. 14s) 1842 

" The first comprehensive History of the British Orders 

of Knighthood ; and one of the most elaborate and splendid 

works that ever issued from the press. The author seems to 

have neglected no source of information." — Quarterly Review. 

Rolls of Arms of Peers and Knights in 

the Reigns of Henry III. and Edward III., from 
a contemporary MS. in the British Museum, with 
an Ordinary of the Arms, cut of Earl Simon, 4to. 
LARGE Paper, cloth, scarce, £1. 5s Pickering, 1829 
The Siege of Carlaverock itemp. 1300), 

in Anglo-Norman Verse, with Translation and 
History of the Castle, Memoirs of the Personages 
commemorated, Arms of the Earls, Barons, and 
Knights, 4to. boards, £1. Is Xichols, 1828 

Synopsis of the Peerage of England, 

exhibiting, under Alphabetical Arrangement, the 
Date of Creation, Descent, and present State 
of every Title of Peerage which has existed in 
this Country since the Conquest, 2 vols. 12mo. 
cloth, os 6d Xichols, 1825 

NISBET (A.) System of Heraldry, speculative 
and practical ; with the true Art of Blazon ; and 
historical and genealogical Memorials, second 
EDITION, with numerous plates, 2 vols, folio, half 
russia neat, nearly new {with Mr. Comerford's 
bookplate), £6. 10s Edinburgh, 1804 

NOBLE (Rev. Mark; History of the College 
of Arms, and Lives of all the Kings, Heralds, and 
Pursuivants from the Reign of Pilchard III., por- 
trait, 4to. boards, Is 6d 1805 

ORMEROD (George, f.r.s.j Parentally : 
Genealogical Memoirs, both parts, with Ap- 
pendix — Genealogical Essays illustrative of 
Cheshire and Lancashire Families, and 
Memoir on the Cheshire Domesday Boll, 1S51 — 
EarlyConnexionoi' the Anglo-Norman Families 
of Stockport, Fitz-Roger, Banastre, and Gernet — 
Memoir on the Cheshire Domesday Roll, and 
Notices of the Justiciaries of Chester in the 13th 
Century — Additions and Index to " Parentalia " 
and "Essays ;" pedigrees, plates, and arms, 3 vols, 
royal Svo. calf super-extra, uncut, top edges gilt 
(VERY RARE), £3. ISs Privately printed, 1851-6 
So rare are these works, that no complete collection of them 

was to he found in the sale of the Author's own library. Copies 

have hitherto brought from £6 to £7. 

REVUE Historique de la Nobee>se. par B. 
d'Hautektve, wtth numerous plates of aems, 
12 parts, impl. Svo. sewn, 16s Paris, 1S40-3 


Genealogical and Heraldic Books, continued, 
OXFORD, Arms of the Colleges of, large plates, 
beautifully emblazoned in gold and colours, by 
Henry Shaw, with Historical Notices of the 
Colleges by Dean Burgon, royal 4to. cloth 
(scarce), £4. 4s Oxford, 1855 

PEERAGE (Biographical) of the Empire of 
Great Britain and Ireland, including Memoirs of 
Characters of the most celebrated Persons of each 
Family, upwards of 500 illustrations of arms, 
4 vols. 18mo. calf (scarce), £2. 10s 1808-17 

" Generally attributed to Sir Egerton Brydges." — Lo-wndes. 

PLANCHE (J. R., Somerset Herald) The PUR- 
SUIVANT OF ARMS, or Heraldry founded upon 
Facts, illuminated plate of the Beaufort Arms, 
209 woodcuts, revised edition, 8vo. cl., 8s 6d n. d. 

RIDDELL (J.) Comments in Refutation of 
Pretensions advanced for the first time, with an 
exposition of the right of the Stirlings of Drum- 
pellier to the representation of the ancient Stir- 
tings of Cadder, and statements in "The Stir- 
lings of Keir and their Family Papers," 4to. 
cloth, SCARCE, £2. 105 

Edinburgh, for Private Circulation, 1860 

RIDLON (G. T.) History of the Ancient 
Ryedales, and their Descendants in Normandy, 
Great Britain, Ireland, and America, from 
A.D. 860 to 1884, comprising the Genealogy and 
Biography for about 1000 years of the Families of 
Kiddell*, Riddle, Ridlon, Ridley, etc., f idly 
illustrated with engravings of portraits, residences, 
monuments, coats of arms, and autographs, on 
steel, stone, and woody thick impl. 8vo. (pp. 786), 
cloth gilt, £1. 5s Manchester, N.U., 1884 

This important genealogical work, compiled with immense 
labour, is of particular interest to North Countrymen, as it gives 
copious investigations into the families of Riddell and its 
branches in Northumberland and the Scottish Lowlands, and 
traces all their descendants in the United States of America. 
The illustrations also comprise many views of seats in the 
northern counties of England and in America. 

SANDFORD (Fr., Lancaster Herald) Genea- 
logical History of the Kings and Queens of 
England, and Monarchs of Great Britain, from 
the Conquest to the year 1707, best edition, 
enlarged by S. Stebbing, Somerset Herald, with 
numerous fine engravings by HOLLAR and others 
of Monumental Effigies, Tombs, Seals, Armorial 
Bearings, etc., thick folio, old panelled calf, 
repacked, £4. 4-s 1707 

" A very superior genealogical account of the Royal Family 
and its collateral branches; it abounds in curious information." 
— Dalla-way. 

SCOT FAMILY :— A true History of several 
Honourable Families of the right honourable 
Name of Scot, in the Shires of Roxburgh and 
Selkirk, and others adjacent [Part 1] — Satchels's 
Post'ral, presented to his noble and worthy friends 
of the names of Scot and Elliot, and others [Part 
2]. By Captain Walter Scot (of Satchels), an old 
Souldier, and no Scholler, 4to. hf calf (very 

SCARCE), £1. 16.? 

Edinburgh, Balfour and Smellie, 1776 

Interesting particulars of this whimsical work, written by an 
ancestor of Sir /Caller Scott, will be found in Lockhart's Life of 
the latter, Vol. I., pp. H7-91. " How continually its wild and 
uncouth doggrel was on his lips to his latest days, all his 
familiars can testify," etc. 

SCOTTISH ARMS, being a collection of 
Armorial Bearings (a.d. 1370-1678), reproduced 
in Facsimile from contemporary MSS., with 
Heraldic and Genealogical Notes, by R. R. 
STODART, 2 vols, folio, cloth gilt, top edges gilt, 
£5. Edinburgh, 1881 

Turks hundred cohibs oNbY printid, of which this is No. 4. 


taining the Controversy between Sir Richard 
Scrope and Sir Robert Grosvenor in the Court of 
Chivalry, a.d. mccclxxxv-mcccxc, with a 
History of the Family of Scrope, and Biographical 
Notices of the Depondents (including the Poet 
Chaucer), by Sir Harris Nicolas, coats of Arms, 
2 vols, super-impl. 8vo. cloth (cheap), £6. 17s 6d 


Very rare : only 150 copies having been privately printed at 
the expense of an association of noblemen and gentlemen. It 
contains the evidence of upwards of three hundred Earls. Barons, 
Knights, and Esquires, and Abbots, Priors, and other clergy, of 
all of whom biographies are given. They describe the Battles, 
Sieges, and expeditions in which they had served, and the MSS. 
and Monuments in their churches, and their depositions abound 
in interesting information about the history, manners, and cus- 
toms of this country in the XIV. century, and the nature and 
powers of the Ancient Court of Chivalry. The present copy has 
an autograph letter of Sir Harris Nicolas. 

SHARPE'S Genealogical Peerage of the 
British Empire, with the arms of each peer care- 
fully drawn and engraved by S. Williams, 3 vols, 
fcap. 8vo. cloth, Ss 6d (pub. £1. 16s) 1830 

SHARPE (T. Elizabeth) A Royal Descent, 
and other Pedigrees and Memorials, royal 4to. 
cloth, £1. Is 1875 

Only one hundred copies printed. It shows the descent 
of the authoress and her connexions in a direct line from King 
Edward I. 

SIMS (R.) Manual for the Genealogist, Topo- 
grapher, Antiquary, and Legal Professor, con- 
taining Heraldic Collections in Public Libraries, 
etc., etc., 8vo. cloth, lis (pub. 15s) 1856 

SUTHERLAND Peerage : Genealogical 
History of the Earldom, to 1630, by Sir R. 
Gordon of Gordonstoun, Bart., with Con- 
tinuation to 1651 (edited by the First Duke of 
Sutherland) ; portrait, plate of Armorial Bearings, 
etc., folio, FINE COPY in new crimson morocco 
extra, tooled on sides, gilt gauffered edges (rare), 
£4. 10s Edinburgh, 1813 

TUCKETT (J.) Devonshire Pedigrees, re- 
corded in the Herald's Visitation of 1620, with 
additions from the Harleian MSS. and the Printed 
Collections of Westcote and Pole, in 12 parts, with 
Indexes, 4to. sewn and boards, £2. (pub. £3.) 11. d. 

WALPORD (Rev. Edward) The County 
Families of the United Kingdom, last edition, 
thick royal Svo. cloth gilt, gilt edges, £2. 1887 

Tales of our Great Families, Second 

Series, 2 vols, crown Svo. cloth, 16s 1880 

WEEVER (JJ Ancient Funeral Monu- 
ments of Great Britain, Ireland, and the Islands 
adjacent, first edition, with plates and wood- 
cuts {but WANTING PORTRAIT), folio, 71CW half 
calf gilt, £1. 12s 6d 1631 

This extraordinary collection of epitaphs and inscriptions is 
of great usefulness to antiquaries, historians, and genealogists. 

"WILSON of High Wray and Kendal, Pedi- 
gree of, and the Families connected with them, 
compiled from Private Pedigrees, and completed 
to the present time, by Joseph Foster, 4to. front, 
of arms, cloth, £2. 2s Privately Printed, 1871 

WILLEMENT (T., f.s.a) A Roll of Arms of 
the Reign of Richard II., edited with Preface, In- 
dex, etc., crown 4to. cloth, £1. Is Pickering, 1834 

Regal Heraldry: the Armorial Insignia 

of the Kings and Queens of England, from Coeval 
Authorities, 37 large emblazoned plates of arms, 
and a few woodcuts, 4to. cloth, scarce, £1. 1? 
(pub. £2. 2s) Pickering , 1821 

Genealogical and Heraldic Books, continued :— 

136 ; STRAXD. 


WILLEMENT (T.) Facsimile of a Contemp- 
orary Roll with the Xames and Arms of the 
Sovereign, and of the Spiritual and Temporal Peers, 
who sat in Parliament on the 5th Feb., 1515, in the 
Reign of Henry VIII. ; with Index to the Roll of 
Arms, and with 2S plates BEAUTIFULLY EMBLA- 
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BURGESS (JAMES) Archjsological Survey of Western India, with about 350 plates, in 

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Contents : 
Vol. 1. Report of tlie First Season's Operations in the Belgam and Kaladgi Districts. _ 1874. 
Vol. 2. Report of the Second Season's Operations. Report on the Antiquities of Kathiawad and Kachh. 

Vol. 3. Report of the Third Season's Operations. 1875-7G. Report on the Antiquities in the Bidar and 

Aurangabad District. 
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Facsimiles of Inscriptions, etc. ; with Descriptive and Explanatory Text, and Translation, of 

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in India, forty coloured lithographic plates, with 
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